(42.) For a discussion of how Soviet culture mattered to activists in the Communist Party of Great Britain
, see Stuart Macintyre, Little Moscows: Communism and Working-Class Militancy in Inter-war Britain (London: Croom Helm, 1980), 184-187.
Political parties don't send information on celebrity performances in Bulgaria, but this press release has been certainly prompted by the fact that Major William Frank Thompson was a hero and also a member of the Communist Party of Great Britain
He argues political historians don't take literary criticism into account enough when assessing the history of Communist Party of Great Britain
. To this end, he surveys the careers of three Marxist literary theorists--Christopher Caudwell, Alick West, and Ralph Fox--and considers their debt to Soviet literary theory.
Curiously, Greene, who converted to Catholicism in 1926, had previously--if briefly--been a member of the Communist Party of Great Britain
. However, he would later say it was while in Mexico that he had first turned to Christianity, after seeing how the faith of peasants 'assumed such proportions that I couldn't help being profoundly moved'.
Stalingrad O'Neill of the Communist Party of Great Britain
(Marxist-Leninist) said of the burns victim: "Presumably he was in a bad state to do this.
Often these strands combined in strange ways, as in the use of minstrel-style images by the Communist Party of Great Britain
experience, Jones received an unenthusiastic reception from the Communist Party of Great Britain
What do the case studies of, for example, the slavishly Stalinist CPA and the more independent and 'indigenously radical' Communist Party of Great Britain
tell us about patterns and varieties of communism within the liberal-democratic 'western' world?
The Communist Party of Great Britain
(CPGB) was formed in 1920 as an affiliate of the Moscow-based Communist International (Comintern).
Citing Jones's difficult relationship with the Communist Party of Great Britain
, which did not welcome her with open arms, Davies writes that Jones's immersion in the Caribbean community took her political work in a new direction, which embraced the transformative potential of cultural activities.
WHEN I first met "Dr" John Reid (the Doctorate is in the political economy of the then Marxist republic of Benin, a small central African outpost most of us knew little of) he was a Stalinist, a member of the Communist Party of Great Britain
The UK Independence Party is putting up 15 candidates, with the Communist Party of Great Britain
, The British National Party and The Green Party also fielding candidates in some wards.