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Varieties of anti-fascism : Britain in the inter-war period / edited by Nigel Copsey, Andrzej Olechnowicz.

Publication | Not Digitized | Library Call Number: DA566.7 .V37 2010

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    Format
    Book
    Published
    Basingstoke ; New York : Palgrave Macmillan, 2010
    Locale
    Great Britain
    Contents
    Introduction: Historians and the Study of Anti-fascism / A. Olechnowicz
    PART I: POLITICAL PARTIES
    Communist Culture and Anti-fascism in Inter-war Britain / T. Linehan
    'Every time they made a Communist, they made a Fascist': the Labour Party and Popular Anti-fascism in the 1930s / N. Copsey
    The Conservative Party, Fascism and Anti-fascism 1918-1939 / P. Williamson
    PART II: CIVIL SOCIETY AND THE STATE
    Varieties of Feminist Responses to Fascism in inter-war Britain / J. Gottlieb
    'I was following the lead of Jesus Christ': Christian Anti-fascism in 1930s England / T. Lawson
    'It certainly isn't cricket!': Media Responses to Mosley and the BUF / J. Dack
    Passive and Active Anti-fascism: the State and National Security, 1923-45 / R. Thurlow
    PART III: INTELLECTUAL RESPONSES
    Anti-fascist Europe comes to Britain: Theorising Fascism as a Contribution to Defeating it / D. Stone
    Labour Theorises Fascism: A. D. Lindsay and Harold Laski / A. Olechnowicz
    The Limits of Pro-fascism and Anti-fascism: G. K. Chesterton and Arthur Bryant / J. Stapleton
    PART IV: FINAL PERSPECTIVES
    Anti-fascism and the Post-war British Establishment / R. Griffiths
    Conclusion: Towards a New Anti-fascist 'minimum'? / N. Copsey.
    Other Authors/Editors
    Copsey, Nigel, 1967-
    Olechnowicz, Andrzej.
    Notes
    Includes bibliographical references and index.
    Introduction: Historians and the Study of Anti-fascism / A. Olechnowicz -- PART I: POLITICAL PARTIES -- Communist Culture and Anti-fascism in Inter-war Britain / T. Linehan -- 'Every time they made a Communist, they made a Fascist': the Labour Party and Popular Anti-fascism in the 1930s / N. Copsey -- The Conservative Party, Fascism and Anti-fascism 1918-1939 / P. Williamson -- PART II: CIVIL SOCIETY AND THE STATE -- Varieties of Feminist Responses to Fascism in inter-war Britain / J. Gottlieb -- 'I was following the lead of Jesus Christ': Christian Anti-fascism in 1930s England / T. Lawson -- 'It certainly isn't cricket!': Media Responses to Mosley and the BUF / J. Dack -- Passive and Active Anti-fascism: the State and National Security, 1923-45 / R. Thurlow -- PART III: INTELLECTUAL RESPONSES -- Anti-fascist Europe comes to Britain: Theorising Fascism as a Contribution to Defeating it / D. Stone -- Labour Theorises Fascism: A. D. Lindsay and Harold Laski / A. Olechnowicz -- The Limits of Pro-fascism and Anti-fascism: G. K. Chesterton and Arthur Bryant / J. Stapleton -- PART IV: FINAL PERSPECTIVES -- Anti-fascism and the Post-war British Establishment / R. Griffiths -- Conclusion: Towards a New Anti-fascist 'minimum'? / N. Copsey.

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    English
    ISBN
    9780230006485
    0230006485 (hbk.)
    Physical Description
    xxi, 275 p. ; 23 cm.

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