002: A History of British Trade Unions Since 1889: Volume II: 1911-1933
Hugh Armstrong Clegg
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Oxford University Press (November 5, 1987)
During the years 1911-1933, British trade unions witnessed an unparalleled growth and decline in membership, endured crises in their relations with the government, took part in the prewar "great unrest" as well as the wartime shop stewards movement, and led a series of demonstrations that culminated in the 1926 General Strike. This volume describes these developments and examines their interrelationships, setting them in the context of changes in industrial relations, technology and industrial organization, and the social and political environment.
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