Macdonald, James Ramsay, 1866-1937

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Margaret Macdonald (nee Gladstone), 1870-1911, was educated largely at home. As a young woman, she was involved in various branches of voluntary social work, including working as a visitor of the Charity Organisation Society in Hoxton. By 1890, she had developed a keen interest in socialism, influenced by the Christian Socialists and the Fabian Society. She joined the Women's Industrial Council (WIC) in 1894, serving on several committees and organising an enquiry into home work in London, which was published in 1897. She met Ramsay Macdonald through this work in 1895 and they married in 1896. Margaret Macdonald's political work continued after her marriage. She was particularly concerned about the need for skilled work and training for women and the first trade schools for girls were established in 1904. She continued to work for the WIC until 1910 and was also an active member of the National Union of Women Workers. A supporter of women's suffrage, Macdonald served on the executive of the National Union of Women's Suffrage Societies, although she was opposed to militant action. In 1906, she was involved in the formation of the Women's Labour League, retaining an interest in its work until her death.

James Ramsay MacDonald, 1866-1937, was born at Lossiemouth, Morayshire, and educated at a Board school, becoming a pupil teacher. He moved to London in 1886, working as a clerk, first for the Cyclists' Touring Club and then for Thomas Lough MP. MacDonald had a growing interest in politics and socialism. He joined the Social Democratic Federation in 1885, and the Fabian Society in 1886. He also went on to edit 'Socialist Library' and 'Socialist Review'. In 1895, he stood, unsuccessfully, as the Labour candidate for Southampton, but he went on to contest Leicester in 1900, the West Division of Leicester in 1918, and the East Division of Woolwich in 1921. He served as the MP for Leicester from 1906 to 1918. MacDonald held many posts within the Labour movement. He was Secretary of the Labour Representation Committee, 1900-1912, Chairman of the Independent Labour Party, 1906-1909, Treasurer of the Labour Party, 1912-1924, Leader of the Labour Party 1911-1914, Chairman of the Parliamentary Labour Party and Leader of HM Opposition, 1922, Prime Minister, First Lord of the Treasury, and Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs, 1924, and Prime Minister and First Lord of the Treasury, 1929-1935. He also served on the Royal Commission on Indian Public Services, 1912-1914, as a member of the London County Council, 1901-1904, and as Lord President of the Council, 1935-1937. His particular area of interest was foreign affairs.

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associatedWith Tamiment Library. corporateBody
correspondedWith Trotsky, Leon, 1879-1940 person
associatedWith Villard, Oswald Garrison, 1872-1949. person
correspondedWith Volkhovskii, F. (Feliks), 1846-1914 person
associatedWith Wilson, Stephen Shipley, 1904- person
Place Name Admin Code Country
Liverpool, Lancashire
Trinidad, the Carribean
Bengal, India
Great Britain, Europe
Frankfurt-am-Main, Germany
United Provinces, India
Sri Lanka, Asia
Hammersmith and Fulham London England
Bihar and Orissa, India
Leven District, Fifeshire
Dunfermline, Fifeshire
India, Asia
Central Provinces, India
Iceland, Europe
Strathpeffer, Ross and Cromarty
Bolton Percy, West Riding of Yorkshire
Ireland, Europe
London, England
New Zealand, Australia
Guernsey, Channel Islands
India, Asia
Invernesshire, Scotland
Sind, India
United States, North America
North-West Frontier Province, India
Warrington, Lancashire
Haselbury Bryan, Dorset
London, England
Leeds, West Riding of Yorkshire
Calcutta, India
Burma, Asia
Hammersmith London England
South Africa, Africa
Ludlow, Shropshire
Assam, India
Marienbad, Bohemia
Portugal, Europe
Austria, Europe
Delhi, India
Punjab, India
Switzerland, Europe
Bombay, India
Madras, India
India, Asia
Royston, Hertfordshire
Australia, Australia
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World War One (1914-1918)
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Birth 1866-10-12

Death 1937-11-09

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