XWe have detected your location as outside the U.S/Canada, if you think this is wrong, you can choose your location.

Macmillan Higher Education

Cart

Continue Shopping
All prices are shown excluding Tax
The submitted promocode is invalid
Discount code already used. It can only be used once.
* Applied promocode: ×

Important information on your ebook order

Important information on your access card order

The Radical Right in Britain

Social Imperialism to the BNP

Author(s):
Publisher:

Red Globe Press

Pages: 196
Series:

British History in Perspective

Downloads:

Flyer

Further Actions:

Recommend to library

AVAILABLE FORMATS

Paperback - 9780333599242

02 March 2005

$38.99

Free Shipping

In stock

Hardcover - 9780333599235

02 March 2005

$100.99

Free Shipping

In stock

Ebook - 9781349877232

12 April 2005

$31.99

In stock

All prices are shown excluding Tax

In its many and varied forms, the Radical Right has been a hyper-nationalist thorn in the side of Britain's liberal political system for over 100 years. Standing outside the liberal political system, it rejected liberal...

Show More

In its many and varied forms, the Radical Right has been a hyper-nationalist thorn in the side of Britain's liberal political system for over 100 years. Standing outside the liberal political system, it rejected liberal principles in their entirety in favour of values derived from racial nationalism, while its concept of 'Britain for the British' entailed social as well as national revolution, and the transformation of the individual. The policies of the Radical Right have ranged from the authoritarian fascism of Sir Oswald Mosley and the BUF and the later National Front, to the virtual anarchism of Distributism and Social Credit; from de facto nationalization to the redistribution of property. In this approachable introductory guide, Alan Sykes examines the troublesome history of the Radical Right and its critique of British liberal politics. Sykes traces the development of Radical Right ideas from their origins in the Edwardian fears of imperial disintegration and racial decadence that gave rise to Social Imperialism, to the contemporary achievements of the modernized BNP.

Show Less

Offers a wider conception of the Radical Right that includes British fascism but discusses other movements and ideas and their relationship to fascism
Places modern and contemporary Radical Right movements in their historical context
Discusses the recent upsurge in BNP support after a century of Radical Right electoral failure

Acknowledgements
Abbreviations Used in the Text
Introduction: Some Pointers Towards a Definition
Social Imperialism and Racial Regeneration
Patriotic Labour and International Conspiracies
Sir Oswald Mosley and British Fascism
Alternative Economics and Peace-Loving Patriots
The Union Movement and the National Front
Warrior Saints and Men in Suits
Conclusion: Past Failures and Future Prospects
Notes
Further Reading
Index.

Add a review

ALAN SYKES was formerly Lecturer in Modern History at the University of St Andrews, UK. He is currently Visiting Research Fellow at the University of Adelaide, Australia.

Show More

ALAN SYKES was formerly Lecturer in Modern History at the University of St Andrews, UK. He is currently Visiting Research Fellow at the University of Adelaide, Australia.

Show Less

New Publications 

Best Sellers