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This multifaceted text, written by authors from a range of disciplines, focuses on the politics of trade unionism - not only unions' relations with political parties and the state but also on the politics of workplace conflict and industrial action. Scene-setting essays provide broad perspectives on trade union organising, and on the parameters of the post-war industrial environment. Case studies consider particular fields: union relations with the Labour Party, international politics, productivity, major strikes and key groups of workers.
|Publication date:||19th December 2007|
|Publisher:||The Merlin Press Ltd|
|Format:||Paperback / softback|
|Categories:||Central government policies,|
Alan Campbell is areader in labor and social history at the University of Liverpool. He is the coauthor with John McIlroy, a professor of industrial relations at Keele University, of Party People, Communist Lives: Explorations in Biography. Nina Fishman is an honorary research professor in history at the University of Swansea and the coauthor of Opening the Books: Essays on the Social and Cultural History of British Communism.More About Alan Campbell