HOW THE PARTIES OF LABOUR BECAME ‘MAINSTREAM’

How indeed? Supporters of the ideas of Henry George were behind the founding of labour parties in Australia and the UK, and Andrew Fisher and Keir Hardie became early leaders of those parties. Despite the Asquith Liberal Party government having introduced the land tax in the UK “People’s Budget” of 1909—only to have it defeated in … Continue reading HOW THE PARTIES OF LABOUR BECAME ‘MAINSTREAM’