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The Protest Makers : The British Nuclear Disarmament Movement of 1958-1965, Twenty Years On

By: Taylor, Richard J K.
Contributor(s): Pritchard, Colin.
Material type: TextTextSeries: eBooks on Demand.Publisher: Kent : Elsevier Science, 2013Description: 1 online resource (213 p.).ISBN: 9781483278810.Genre/Form: Electronic books.Additional physical formats: Print version:: The Protest Makers : The British Nuclear Disarmament Movement of 1958-1965, Twenty Years OnDDC classification: 327.1/74/0941 Online resources: Click here to view this ebook.
Contents:
Front Cover -- The Protest Makers -- Copyright Page -- Table of Contents -- Dedication -- Preface -- PART I. ""Something Ought to be Done"": the Rise and Decline of the Nuclear Disarmament Movement -- Britain in the 1950s -- References -- PART II. ""Where Have All the Marchers Gone?"" The Protesters of 1958/65 and their Subsequent Development -- General Response -- Perspectives in the Movement -- The Moral Protesters -- References -- PART III. Leaders, Tactics and Strategies-A Case of Lost Direction -- The Campaign as 'Moral Protest -- The Campaign as 'Labour Movement Pressure Group'
The Campaign as 'Radical Extra-Parliamentary Movement' -- The Campaign as a Single-issue Pressure Group -- References -- PART IV. Twenty Years On-the Achievements and the Failures: An Evaluation -- The Campaign and the Nuclear Issue -- The Wider Importance of the Movement -- The Strategies for Advance and their Wider Relevance -- Why Did the Movement Fail? -- The Achievements -- References -- Postscript CND Lives: The Last Campaign? -- References -- APPENDIX I Methodology -- References -- APPENDIX II Questionnaire on the British Disarmament Movement
APPENDIX III Brief Biographical Details of CND, DAC and Committee of 100 Leaders, and of Major Political Figures who Opposed the Movement and its Policies -- Bibliograph -- Index -- EPILOGUE:The Peace Movement in the 1980s
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Front Cover -- The Protest Makers -- Copyright Page -- Table of Contents -- Dedication -- Preface -- PART I. ""Something Ought to be Done"": the Rise and Decline of the Nuclear Disarmament Movement -- Britain in the 1950s -- References -- PART II. ""Where Have All the Marchers Gone?"" The Protesters of 1958/65 and their Subsequent Development -- General Response -- Perspectives in the Movement -- The Moral Protesters -- References -- PART III. Leaders, Tactics and Strategies-A Case of Lost Direction -- The Campaign as 'Moral Protest -- The Campaign as 'Labour Movement Pressure Group'

The Campaign as 'Radical Extra-Parliamentary Movement' -- The Campaign as a Single-issue Pressure Group -- References -- PART IV. Twenty Years On-the Achievements and the Failures: An Evaluation -- The Campaign and the Nuclear Issue -- The Wider Importance of the Movement -- The Strategies for Advance and their Wider Relevance -- Why Did the Movement Fail? -- The Achievements -- References -- Postscript CND Lives: The Last Campaign? -- References -- APPENDIX I Methodology -- References -- APPENDIX II Questionnaire on the British Disarmament Movement

APPENDIX III Brief Biographical Details of CND, DAC and Committee of 100 Leaders, and of Major Political Figures who Opposed the Movement and its Policies -- Bibliograph -- Index -- EPILOGUE:The Peace Movement in the 1980s

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