Le parti communiste de Grande-Bretagne face aux gouvernements Thatcher : une étude historique et politique

Abstract : On studying the reactions of the communist party of Great Britain towards the Thatcher governments, it is clear that its analyses changed considerably, especially in 1985. It made Mrs Thatcher's defeat its first priority, considing her radically different from previous conservative leaders. These changes in analysis resulted mainly from the use of theoretical concepts which were outside orthodox marxism, and can be situated in the struggles between different currents in the party over its new programme. In the following years, the divisions at all levels of the C.P., as well as its organisational methods and structures, prevented it from creating and applying a strategy which correspond to its new priority. Despite the limited impact of communist activity on the Thatcher governments, the C.P. had a large indirect influence on the labour movement through its analyses of the political and economic situation. The turning point of 1985 also contributed to its transformation into democratic left.
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Jérémy Tranmer. Le parti communiste de Grande-Bretagne face aux gouvernements Thatcher : une étude historique et politique. Histoire. Université Nancy 2, 2000. Français. ⟨NNT : 2000NAN21009⟩. ⟨tel-01776248⟩

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