Capital & Class. - 1980. - Issue 10 by Conference of Socialist Economists

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The extent of the transformations which were taking place within the labour college movement did not become fully apparent until after the second world war, when the correspondence courses became the main residue of the previous activity . In 1964 the colleges merged with the TUC, and though the more 'political' courses were sustained for a period by the left of Labour Party, the remnants of the labour college movements were ultimately-and ironically-taken over by the WEA . The demand for 'no compromise with bourgeois culture' faded away into social-democracy, to rise more recently in quite different forms .

Membership rose steadily towards 500, and its non-sectarian and international character remained striking . With the move towards the positive development of Marxist work, rather than the critique of bourgeois economics, a growing number of non-economists joined . The Co-ordinating Committee spawned subcommittees which then became the Editorial Board of the Bulletin and the Conference Arrangements Committee . The CSE Newsletter was established, and the Bulletin became printed rather than duplicated, although it never went on public sale .

M . Millar's notes on B . W . Pashley, Box 20 (1), NCLC papers, Scottish National Library . 12 Box 21 (1), NCLC papers Scottish National Library . 13 Box 20 (4) NCLC papers, Scottish National Library . 14 The analysis of the NCLC during the General Strike is based on issues of Plebs from the period, and Boxes 1, 8, 16, NCLC papers, Scottish National Library . 15 Correspondence and reviews on A Worker's History of the Great Strike, Box 29, NCLC papers, Scottish National Library . 16 Reviewed by Tommy Jackson, Sunday Worker, 8th January 1928 .

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