The Labour Party and the Labour and Socialist International: the challenge of communism and fascism

Collette, Christine
March 1993
Labour History Review (Maney Publishing);Spring93, Vol. 58 Issue 1, p29
Academic Journal
The article considers the relationships between the British Labour Party and the Labour and Socialist International (LSI) and the impact of British attitudes on the response of the LSI to the challenge of communism and fascism. First, it details the history of the LSI. It also describes the International's constitution and terms of reference. It states that the main agenda of the LSI is to meet the challenge of fascism. Finally, the article shows the role of the Labour Party in the re-creation of the LSI from the remnants of the Second International after the First World War.


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