Herbert Stanley, Baron of Lambeth (1959), 1888, 1965, brit. Politiker (Labour Party); mehrfach Min.; einer der Vorkämpfer der engl. Sozialisierungspolitik, bes. im Verkehrswesen.
Baron Morrison of Lambeth (1888-1965) British Labour politician. He was a founder member and later secretary of the London Labour Party 1915–45, and a member of the London County Council 1922–45. He entered Parliament in 1923, and organized the Labour Party's general election victory in 1945. He was twice defeated in the contest for leadership of the party, once to Clement Attlee in 1932, and then to Hugh Gaitskell 1955. A skillful organizer, he lacked the ability to unite the party.
Werke: »Sehr blaue Augen«; »Jazz«.
(1931-) US novelist. Her fiction records black life in the South, including Song of Solomon 1978, Tar Baby 1981, Beloved 1987, based on a true story about infanticide in Kentucky, which won the Pulitzer Prize 1988, and Jazz 1992. Nobel Prize for Literature 1993.