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Abstract

After Labour lost the 1959 election, the politics of protest secured through the Campaign for Nuclear Disarmament the greatest triumph over ‘the system’ since the war. But the victory, achieved when C.N.D. captured the Labour Party conference in 1960, lasted only a year. Pursuing orthodox democratic methods, the Campaign was swiftly defeated.

Keywords

Nuclear Weapon Child Poverty Housing Association Civil Disobedience Labour Party 
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© Hugo Young 1972

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  • Hugo Young

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