Volume 1: Minutes, papers, correspondence and pamphlets of the Labour Representation Committee and of the Labour Party Executive Committee, including conference agenda's rules and ephemera; Volume II: Minutes of the executive committee of the Labour Party, covering Labour Party business, promoting the Labour Party and getting its members elected.
Labour Representation Committee
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Administrative / Biographical History
The Labour Representation Committee was formed in February 1900 after a resolution drafted by James Ramsay MacDonald (1866-1937) was carried at the 1899 Trade Union Congress (TUC). The resolution called for a special congress of the TUC parliamentary committee to campaign for more Labour members of Parliament.
Two volumes arranged by date containing minutes, letters and other papers: Volume 1 1900-1906. Volume 2 1906-1918.
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