Labour History Review

Obituary

Labour History Review (1999), 64, (1), 139–142.

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C. Holmes and A. Booth, ‘Sidney Pollard: His Life and Work’, in their edition of Economy and Society: European Industrialisation and its Social Consequences, Essays Presented to Sidney Pollard (1991), p. x. Colin Holmes contributed obituaries to The Independent (10 December 1998) and The Times (18 December 1998). For John Saville's obituary of Sidney Pollard, see The Guardian, 22 December 1998 ‘Sidney Pollard: His Life and Work’ x Google Scholar

S. Pollard, ‘Economic History - A Science of Society?’ reprinted in N. B. Harte (ed.), The Study of Economic History: Collected Inaugural Lectures 1893-1970 (1971), pp. 306-7 Google Scholar

Sheffield Trades & Labour Council 1858 to 1958 [Sheffield, 1958]; A History of Labour in Sheffield, 1850-1939 (1959) Google Scholar

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S. Pollard, ‘Nineteenth-Century Co-operation: From Community Building to Shopkeeping’, in A. Briggs and J. Saville (eds), Essays in Labour History in Memory of G. D. H. Cole (1960), p. 102. However, he probably did underestimate the extent to which utopianism persisted among later co-operators; cf. P. Gurney, Co-operative Culture and the Politics of Consumption in England 1870-1930 (1996), p. 4 Google Scholar

S. Pollard and J. Salt (eds), Robert Owen, Prophet of the Poor: Essays in Honour of the Two Hundredth Anniversary of his Birth (1971); S. Pollard, ‘The Foundation of the Co-operative Party’, in A. Briggs and J. Saville (eds), Essays in Labour History 1886-1923 (1971). This latter was discussed by T. Adams, ‘The Formation of the Co-operative Party Reconsidered’, in International Review of Social History, vol. 32 (1987), pp. 48-68; Pollard's response (pp. 168-73) and Adam's rejoinder (pp. 174-9) appeared in the same volume Google Scholar

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Martin, David