This chapter outlines the national, regional, and local organizational of the British Labour Party and the German Social Democratic Party (SPD). It describes working class parties' leadership structures, the functions of their party conferences, the nature of party press, and the organization of party finance. It also discusses the bureaucratic, centralistic, and hierarchic nature of both party organizations and analyses their relations with the trade unions.
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