Historical Studies in Industrial Relations, Volume 33 2012
Edited by Dave Lyddon, Paul Smith, Roger Seifert, and Carole Thornley
Carole Thornley, Keele University.
Dave Lyddon, Keele University
Paul Smith, Keele University.
Roger Seifert, University of Wolverhampton.
Volume 33 includes: The Edwardian Crisis: The Survival of Liberal England and the Rise of a Labour Identity – John Callaghan The Enduring Legacy of Industrial Unionism – Bob Crow ‘Crisis? What Crisis?’: The National Rail Strike of 1911 and the State Response – Sam Davies The Irish Transport and General Workers’ Union and Labour Unrest in Ireland, 1911– Francis Devine Keir Hardie and the GKN Dowlais Strike 1911– Joe England 1911: The First National Railway Strike and the Rail Union Amalgamation Movement – Alex Gordon The Contribution of Direct Action to Gradualism: The Railway Strike of 1911 – David Howell Tom Mann: The Road to Syndicalism and Beyond – Richard Hyman An Effervescence of Youth: Female Textile-Workers’ Strike Activity in Dundee, 1911–1912 –William Kenefick The Liverpool Transport Strike of 1911: ‘Overcomings’, Transformations and the ‘New Mentalities’ of The Liverpool Working Class – Mark O’Brien The Liverpool General Transport Strike, 1911 – Eric Taplin
Size: 245 x 174 mm
Publication: November 5, 2012