By Kenneth E. Miller
This publication is meant as a contribution to the learn of the relation of political principles and governmental guidelines. It seeks to ascertain and review the British Labour Party's early efforts to use socialist theories to international coverage activities. on account that i've got eager about those principles and occasions, i have never tried take into consideration happenings at the British household entrance that, even though vital to the Labour celebration and the alternate unions, didn't at once have an effect on international coverage. Nor are issues of imperial or Commonwealth coverage thought of, other than as they relate to the improvement of socialist theories and interpretations or as they encouraged nice Britain's kin with different self sufficient states. i have to show my appreciation for his or her information to Drs. Malcolm Moos, Thomas 1. cook dinner, and Carl B. "Swisher, lower than whose path this venture first started on the Johns Hopkins collage; to Mrs. E. Rickman of the Labour Party's Library and to Mrs. Gladys D. Cremer of the Fabian Society, for entry to varied Labour and socialist ma terials; to the Rutgers college examine Council for provides in help of a few of the examine; and to Mrs. Edward Teifeld and Mrs. Boris Pritsky for the wearisome efforts of typing numerous models of the manuscript. The accountability for mistakes is, after all, mine. The publication is devoted to my spouse Marilyn, who aided so enormously in its education, now not least via a tactful and applicable stability of persistence and impatience.
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Cole, The Second International (London, 1956), pp. 170-171; Semmel, op. , pp. 222-233. RADICAL, LIBERAL, AND SOCIALIST INTERPRETATIONS 29 lain and the rest. " 1 Except for Blatchford and the Fabians, most British socialists joined with the dissident Liberals, who includ~d Lloyd George, John Morley, James Bryce, and J. A. Hobson, to oppose the War and to seek an immediate end to hostilities. These anti-war groups bore for a time the slurs of the public as unpatriotic and "pro-Boer" and were subjected to forceful attacks, both verbal and physical; but their unpopularity waned as the conflict proved costlier and more difficult than expected.
Ramsay MacDonald called the war an imperialistic venture and declared: "I am against the war. I think it deplorable. " Hardie explained: "As Socialists, our sympathies are bound to be with the Boers. " 2 In Parliament he urged the Government to declare an armistice and open negotiations with the Boers, and he condemned the methods of warfare used by British troops in South Africa. P. P. conference in Birmingham that wars had been inevitable in the past when the sword was the only court of appeal.
P. continued devotedly to organize local branches and to spread socialist ideas. In this it was powerfully aided by Robert Blatchford's socialist newspaper, The Clarion, and by his other writings, particularly his Merrie England, an exposition of socialism which sold over a million copies. " "My ideal is that each individual should seek his advantage in co-operation with his fellows, and that the people should make the best of their own country before attempting to trade with other peoples .. " Britain should become self-sufficient in agriculture.