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Social ownership: the history of an idea and a practice

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Seminar Room 2, Chapel Court

Sidney Sussex College

Sidney Street

Cambridge

CB2 3HU

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To mark the centenary of the inclusion of public ownership in the Labour Party constitution of 1918, there will be short presentations on pre-circulated papers from:

Jocelyn Paul Betts (Queen Mary University of London), ‘John Stuart Mill, Victorian liberalism and the failure of co-operative production’

Peter Ackers (Loughborough University), ‘Hugh Clegg, ”industrial democracy” and postwar social-democratic revisionism’

Lise Butler (City University of London) ‘After “Let Us Face the Future“: Michael Young, social science, and the postwar left’


The event is free but places will be limited to 30, so please register if you would like to attend. Even if the event looks full, it may still be worth registering and joining the waiting list in case someone drops out.

This is part of an ongoing series of half-day conferences on the History of Radicalism in the British Isles.

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Seminar Room 2, Chapel Court

Sidney Sussex College

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CB2 3HU

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