National Labour 1931-35

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  • National Labour:1931-1935
    • Ramsay MacDonald
      • Thought to have betrayed party + working class
      • Said to have been corrupted by the establishment
      • Persuaded to stay PM for N. Govt.
      • Resignation would be a form of desertion
      • Expelled and replaced by Henderson
    • Pearce: (Establishment of all party coaltion is) most controversial political event in GB in 20th century
    • By 1931 2.64m unemployed
    • MacDonald genuinely believed acting in national interests
      • Peace: (MacDonald) his primary motive was patriotism


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