This volume examines the varieties of anti-fascism in inter-war Britain. Ordinarily anti-fascism is defined in terms of anti-fascist activism. By extending the scope of the concept, this book breaks new ground. Chapters examine political parties, the state, the media, women, the churches, and intellectuals.
JANET DACK Doctoral candidate,Teesside University, UK JULIE GOTTLIEB Lecturer in Modern History, the University of Sheffield, UK RICHARD GRIFFITHS Emeritus Professor of French, King's College, London, UK TOM LAWSON Lecturer in Modern History, the University of Winchester, UK THOMAS LINEHAN Lecturer in History, Brunel University, London UK JULIA STAPLETON Reader in Politics, Durham University, UK DAN STONE Professor of Modern History, Royal Holloway, University of London, UK RICHARD THURLOW Senior Lecturer in Modern History, the University of Sheffielduk PHILIP WILLIAMSON Professor of History, Durham University, UK