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Simply double-click the downloaded file to install it. You can choose your language settings from within the program. INF3-62 A V Alexander Artist’s signature E A B. 1860s and 1870s, and Eliza Jane Thatcher, daughter of a policeman. His parents had settled in Weston when they married, but the family moved to Bristol after Albert Alexander’s death in August 1886.

Alexander’s mother worked as a corset-maker to provide for her children. Alexander attended Barton Hill School from the age of three, at a cost of two pence per week. Against his mother’s wishes, he chose not to continue to St. George’s Higher Grade School in 1898, feeling the increased weekly charge of six pence was too expensive and that he would get nothing more from school. He began work aged thirteen, first for a leather merchant, and five months later as a junior clerk with the Bristol School Board.

School Management Department as a committee clerk. He was by this time a keen chorister and footballer, and a self-taught pianist. 1908 after he married Esther Ellen Chapple, a school teacher and Baptist. They were married on 6 June 1908. Their daughter, Beatrix, was born in 1909, and their son Ronald lived from 1911 to 1912. He was elected to the board of the Weston Co-op Society in 1910. November, and would hold the job until 1946.

The government, which had a large majority, was defeated by two votes. Co-operative Party invited Alexander to be their Parliamentary candidate. He would continue to represent Sheffield, with one break, until 1950. The Labour leadership accepted him as a spokesman on a number of issues, though the Co-op was not affiliated to the Labour Party until 1927. Parliamentary Questions on all trade matters. The Co-op’s Parliamentary Committee had an acting secretary in Alexander’s place whilst he was in government, but he continued to take part in appeals to ministers.

After the government fell in October 1924, Alexander returned to working for the Co-op full-time. Labour member to hold this position as a cabinet rank. Macdonald’s primary concern was international disarmament, and Alexander persuaded the Admiralty to reduce their demands for new cruisers as a prelude to negotiations aimed at ending naval rivalry with the U. This resulted in a treaty between Britain, America and Japan, to limit growth and maintain parity of their naval forces. France and Italy’s entry into the treaty.

Though Alexander came into conflict with the admiralty over expansion of the fleet, he defended it against criticism of its spending and staffing levels. He also introduced a system to make it easier for working-class recruits to become officers. During the economic crisis in mid-1931, Alexander supported Snowden’s defence of free trade against Macdonald and Henderson’s proposals for protectionism, but sided with Henderson against Snowden and Macdonald’s proposed cuts in government spending, especially unemployment benefit. Faced with a cabinet split, the Prime Minister formed a coalition with the Conservative and Liberal parties. Snowden and a few others Labour MPs stayed with Macdonald, but the party went into Opposition. For the next four years, Alexander’s main role was again as the Co-op’s Parliamentary Secretary.

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