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A. J. Mundella, 1825-1897 the Liberal background to the Labour movement by W. H. G. Armytage

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Published by Benn in London .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Mundella, Anthony John.

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Includes bibliography and index.

Statement[by] W. H. G. Armytage.
The Physical Object
Pagination386p. :
Number of Pages386
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL17198915M

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The standard biography is by W.H.G. Armytage: A.J. Mundella the Liberal background to the Labour Movement (London, )., while an unpublished Sheffield University thesis: The career of A.J. Mundella, with special reference to his Sheffield connections, by Margaret Higginbotham, was presented in Both of these works are based.   Bromley House Library Angel Row, Nottingham NG1 6HL. t: e: [email protected]   There are some great Mundella resources online, some of which I will credit here. For more information about Mundella’s achievements, the article A.J Mundella and the Hoisery Industry by WHG Armytage is a great overview, and provided many of the anecdotes used in this piece. I’d also like to mention the website of the Mundella Society for informing me of the facts surrounding our. The standard biography is by W.H.G. Armytage: A.J. Mundella the Liberal background to the Labour Movement (London, )., while an unpublished Sheffield University thesis: The career of A.J. Mundella, with special reference to his Sheffield connections, by Margaret Higginbotham, was presented in Both of these works are.

A. J. Mundella was presumably (though I’ve not been able to verify this) the son of Anthony John Mundella (), the Liberal MP for Sheffield Brightside after whom the Education Act (The Mundella Act) was named. This A. J. Mundella appears also to have been politically active, writing about unemployment in Labour exchanges and education (). A.J. Mundella the Liberal Background to the Labour Movement Unknown Binding Civic universities: Aspects of a British tradition. Mundella Letters, G. O. Trevelyan to A. J. Mundella, 23 September ‘I never realized that what makes you so much pleasanter than other people was your having been born within sight of Monte Generoso’.I wish if that is the cause we had a little more Italian blood on the treasury : W. H. G. Armytage. Anthony John Mundella (28 March – 21 July ) A.J. was an English manufacturer, reformer and Liberal Party politician who sat in the House of Commons from to Mundella was elected as Member of Parliament for Sheffield in the general election.