SOURCE: Wall Street Journal
by Jonathan Rose
Historian Jonathan Rose reviews a book by British firefighter and "left conservative" Paul Embery which identifies the collapse of both working class communities and open debate in Britain as factors in the demise of Labour as a political force.
SOURCE: The Guardian
by Philip Spencer
The origins of today’s crisis in Labour date back to the 19th century, and ever since Jews have been seen as a problem by a strain of socialist thought.
SOURCE: Tablet Magazine
by Yair Rosenberg
The Vice-Chair of Britain’s premier far-left group Momentum has claimed Jews were behind the slave trade and argued that Jewish schools don’t need extra security.
by Luke Reader
History suggests Labour governs successfully from the center.
by Luke Reader
Conservative policies urgently require debate, but Corbyn’s victory leaves Labour without a credible voice.
by Michael Patrick Cullinane
UK Labour Party leader Ed Miliband is fond of citing Teddy Roosevelt's anti-trust crusades, but that's not going to be enough for an electoral victory.
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