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Interview with Ken Livingstone

Interview with Ken Livingstone. [Sound recording] [Special Collections]

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Summary

Interview with Ken Livingstone by John Clements, recorded in London, England.

Ken Livingstone speaks about early influences that shaped his interest in politics prior to his election as Lord Mayor of London in 2000.

Ken joined the Labor Party in 1968 with the aim of changing it from within and was elected to Chairman of the Greater London Council in 1981 until 1986 when Margaret Thatcher abolished the Council. He predicted that the Labor Party would be transformed into a genuinely radical socialist party.

This sound recording is part of the John Clements Oral History Collection.

Date: 4 March 1983
Item Type: Special Collections
Collection: John Clements Oral History Collection
Copyright: Murdoch University
Other Information: This recording was originally made on a 5 inch (13 centimetre) reel to reel tape.
Notes: 1 digital file : 13 MB
URI: http://researchrepository.murdoch.edu.au/id/eprint/54296
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