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John Callaghan; Steven Fielding; Steve Ludlam (editors). Interpreting the Labour Party: Approaches to Labour Politics and History. Manchester University Press. 2003. 210pp.

Patrick Diamond (editor). New Labour's Old Roots: Revisionist Thinkers in Labour's History, 1931-1997. Imprint Academic. 2004. 263pp.

Nicholas Ellison. Egalitarian Thought and Labour Politics: Retreating Visions. Routledge. 1994. 310pp.

Geoffrey Foote. The Labour Party's Political Thought: A History. Routledge. 1986. 368pp.

Des Freedman. Television Policies of the Labour Party, 1951-2001. Routledge. 2003. 224pp.

Tudor Jones. Remaking the Labour Party: From Gaitskell to Blair. Routledge. 1996. 212pp.

Jeremy Nuttall. Psychological Socialism: The Labour Party and Qualities of Mind and Character, 1931 to the Present. Manchester University Press. 2006. 213pp.

James Thomas. Popular Newspapers, the Labour Party and British Politics: From Beaverbrook to Blair. Routledge. 2005. 222pp.

Noel Thompson. Political Economy and the Labour Party: The Economics of Democratic Socialism, 1884-2005. Routledge. 2006. 340pp.

Richard Whiting. The Labour Party and Taxation: Party Identity and Political Purpose in Twentieth-Century Britain. Cambridge University Press. 2000. 294pp.

Matthew Worley. Labour Inside the Gate: A History of the British Labour Party Between the Wars. I. B. Tauris. 2005. 278pp.

Matthew Worley (editor). Labour's Grass Roots: Essays on the Activities and Experiences of Local Labour Parties and Members, 1918-45. Ashgate Publishing. 2005. 267pp.

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