Banking (being a chapter from the History of the 1935 Socialist Government, written in 1970)

TitleBanking (being a chapter from the History of the 1935 Socialist Government, written in 1970)
Year for Search1933
AuthorsMitchison, G[ilbert] R[ichard](1894-1970)
Tertiary AuthorsMitchison, G. R.
Secondary TitleSocialist Programme Series
Volume / EditionNo. 3
Pagination29 pp.
Date Published1933
PublisherThe Socialist League
Place PublishedLondon
KeywordsEnglish author, Male author
Annotation

A detailed description of what the author thought the Labour Party should do regarding banking once in power, mostly on the specific actions immediately after election in 1935, with some on the long term effects. The establishment of many municipal savings banks, the closure of superfluous banks, and the improvement in the conditions of bank workers. An “Appendix” (18-29 includes the “Emergency Powers (Financial) Act, 1935” (18-21) and the “Banking Act, 1935” (21-29). See also 1934 Mitchison.

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Author Note

The author was active in the Socialist League and the Fabian Society and was a Labour M.P. from 1945 to 1964 and created a life peer in 1964.

Full Text

1933] Mitchison, G[ilbert] R[ichard] (1894-1970). Banking (being a chapter from the History of the 1935 Socialist Government, written in 1970). Socialist Programme Series No. 3. London: The Socialist League. 29 pp. L

A detailed description of what the author thought the Labour Party should do regarding banking once in power, mostly on the specific actions immediately after election in 1935, with some on the long term effects. The establishment of many municipal savings banks, the closure of superfluous banks, and the improvement in the conditions of bank workers. An “Appendix” (18-29 includes the “Emergency Powers (Financial) Act, 1935” (18-21) and the “Banking Act, 1935” (21-29). See also 1934 Mitchison. The author was active in the Socialist League and the Fabian Society and was a Labour M.P. from 1945 to 1964 and created a life peer in 1964.