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19. FURTHER READING Dr. McKibbin's study, mentioned on p. 34, is the best account of organisational developments. See also Royden Harrison, 'The War Emergency National Workers' Committee, I9I4-I92o', in A. Briggs andJ. Saville, Essays in Labour History, 1886-1923 (197I); andj. M. Winter, Socialism and the Challenge of War ( I974)· On foreign policy, see W. P. Maddox, for the book already cited; Carl F. , 1941); Stephen R. , I 956); and M. Swartz, The Union of Democratic Control in British Politics during the First World War (Oxford, I 97 I).
This was partly because economic conditions were bad - for an immediate post-war boom, coupled with considerable inflation, collapsed suddenly in 1920 into a slump and heavy unemployment. But it was also because the ideas of 'direct action' in vogue just before the war were still widely current among union leaders. In particular, the 'triple alliance' of the Miners, Railwaymen, and Transport Workers, which had been formed just before the war with the object of securing united pressure against their employers, had not yet been put to the test.
34 CHAPTER III Henderson's Party : War and Reconstruction (19f4-22) ALTHOUGH the Labour Party had by no means ignored questions offoreign policy before July 1914, it was only with the outbreak of war that they became of paramount importance. From then onwards until 1918 and indeed in the early post-war years, up to 1922, issues of war and diplomacy were dominant in the party's councils. As the Sarajevo crisis reached its climax at the end of July, the Labour Party took a vigorous share in the agitation against war which was sponsored throughout Europe by the Socialist International.
A Short History of the Labour Party by Henry Pelling (auth.)