Elections, leaflets and whist drives: constituency party members in Britain between the wars
University of Leicester; University of Exeter; University of Reading
Book published in the series 'Studies in Labour History'. Details of the definitive version are available at: https://www.ashgate.com/shopping/title.asp?key1=&key2=&orig=results&isbn=0%207546%204007%208
In Worley, M. (ed.) 'Labour's grassroots: essays on the activities of local Labour Parties and members, 1918-45' Aldershot: Ashgate, pp. 7-32
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