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James Ramsay MacDonald — An ‘Aristocrat’ among Plain Men?

  • Dick Leonard

Abstract

No person ever did more to help build up a new political party than James Ramsay MacDonald. Few subsequently did more to damage their own creation. That was the essential tragedy of his life.

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Prime Minister Labour Government Labour Party Liberal Party Labour Leadership 
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Works consulted

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© Dick Leonard 2005

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  • Dick Leonard

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