The Movement for Colonial Freedom, 1954–1964
The formation of the Movement for Colonial Freedom (MCF) in 1954 may be regarded as the culmination of active opposition to colonialism in Britain — the point at which anticolonial feeling in Britain left and found its most unified, coherent, and forceful organisational expression, and its widest base of support. This chapter traces the evolution of the MCF; its origins, structure, membership, and activities; its parliamentary role; and its relations with Labour and Communist Parties, the trade unions, and the nationalist movements.
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