These are the sources and citations used to research Labour’s priority was not the introduction of socialism ... the leadership’s primary aim was to ensure a smooth transition from wartime to peace. This bibliography was generated on Cite This For Me on

  • Book

    Bevan, A.

    In place of fear

    1952 - Simon and Schuster - New York

    In-text: (Bevan, 1952)

    Your Bibliography: Bevan, A., 1952. In place of fear. New York: Simon and Schuster.

  • Journal


    Economics and Ethics

    1995 - Twentieth Century British History

    In-text: (FRANCIS, 1995)

    Your Bibliography: FRANCIS, M., 1995. Economics and Ethics. Twentieth Century British History, 6(2), pp.220-243.

  • Book

    Kavanagh, D. and Morris, P.

    Consensus politics from Attlee to Thatcher

    1989 - B. Blackwell - Oxford, UK

    In-text: (Kavanagh and Morris, 1989)

    Your Bibliography: Kavanagh, D. and Morris, P., 1989. Consensus politics from Attlee to Thatcher. Oxford, UK: B. Blackwell.

  • Book

    Miliband, R.

    Parliamentary socialism

    1961 - Allen & Unwin - London

    In-text: (Miliband, 1961)

    Your Bibliography: Miliband, R., 1961. Parliamentary socialism. London: Allen & Unwin.

  • Website

    Party, L.

    1945 Labour Party Manifesto -


    In-text: (Party, 2015)

    Your Bibliography: Party, L., 2015. 1945 Labour Party Manifesto -. [online] Available at: <> [Accessed 3 April 2015].

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