Letters to Charles from various correspondents

Scope and Content

Includes discussion of British politics with reference to Independent Labour Party (ILP) and Labour Party matters, responses to Charles' book From Liberalism to Labour , requests for assistance in various matters including locating German citizens and supporting Newcastle constituents, international relations, the No More War movement, reference to the assassination of Rathenau, discussion of the Universal Peace Congress in London, reference to the 1922 general election - particularly Charles' campaign in Newcastle Central and M Philips Price's campaign in Gloucester, eligibility for pensions, a redraft of the ILP rules, a French leaflet from the Union Populaire pour la Paix Universelle (associated with the Union of Democratic Control - UDC), a leaflet entitled The Cunning Scheme of The Socialist Sunday Schools Exposed and a a proposed new ILP policy.
One letter is in French.
Correspondents include Bertram R Carter, Lothian Small, Lucien Le Foyer, J R Clynes, H Baillie-Weaver, Price Maximilian of Baden, Margaret Newboult, Clifford Allen, L P Ford, W L Edwards, Wilfred Wellock, Robert Calverley Trevelyan, James Devlin, Ethel Williams, Walter Runciman, Margaret Bondfield, B T Hall, W E Moll, Edith Stopford, William Bramble, Adam Telfer, Arthur Henderson, J Ramsay MacDonald, Johanna Edwards, Lothian Small, Edward Keith, Will Arnold-Forster, J R Clynes, E D Morel, Herbert Samuel, George Bernard Shaw and Sophie Sturge.

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Trevelyan, C. From liberalism to labour, 1921, London. View in library catalogue.