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The TUC : from the General Strike to New Unionism

By: Taylor, R.

0333930665 / 9780333930663
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United Kingdom
22 cm xi, 299p.
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ROBERT TAYLOR is employment editor of the Financial Times. Previous books include The Future of Trade Unionism (1994) and The Trade Union Question in British Politics (1993).

Robert Taylor examines some of the most important personalities and events that shaped the Trades Union Congress during the 20th century, from the General Strike of 1926 to the New Unionism of the 1990s.

The study includes portraits of Walter Citrine, founder of the modern TUC, as well as Ernest Bevin, Arthur Deaking, Frank Cousins, George Woodcock, Vic Feather, Jack Jones, Len Murray, Norman Willis and John Monks.


3JJ 20th century, HBT History: specific events & topics, KNXB2 Trade unions

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