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National Administrative Council, Independent Labour Party
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|Family and Intimate relationships||Katharine Bruce Glasier||
John Bruce Glasier, also a founding member of the Independent Labour Party and NAC , was a devoted socialist like KBG , an aspiring poet, a determined agnostic, and at the end of his life...
|politics||Isabella Ormston Ford||
IOF was elected to the National Administrative Council of the Independent Labour Party , a position she held for four years, until April 1907.
Hannam, June. Isabella Ford. Basil Blackwell, 1989.
|politics||Katharine Bruce Glasier||
Shortly thereafter, she was one of fifteen elected to the Independent Labour Party 's first National Administrative Council (NAC). She was again the only woman elected to this position. Although she remained for only one...
|Author summary||Isabella Ormston Ford||
Isabella Ormston Ford was a dedicated labour activist, suffragette, and anti-war advocate at the turn of the nineteenth century whose writing advocates her socialist-feminist ideals. She wrote newspaper articles, pamphlets, short stories, and novels, all...
|Author summary||Katharine Bruce Glasier||
Katharine Bruce Glasier was a socialist-feminist writer and activist at the turn of the nineteenth century whose writing advances her ideas for social reform. She wrote newspaper articles, pamphlets, short stories, and novels all in...
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