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Author Briggs, Asa, 1921-

Title Essays in Labour history, 1886-1923; edited by Asa Briggs and John Saville.

Published London, Macmillan, 1971.

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 UniM Store QA  21171    AVAILABLE
Physical description vii, 360 p. 23 cm.
Notes Previous volume published in 1960, in memory of G. D. H. Cole, with essays spanning the nineteenth century.
On spine: vol. 2.
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references.
Contents 1. Introduction, by A. Briggs.--2. Keir Hardie's conversion to socialism, by F. Reid.--3. The Marxism of the Social Democratic Federation, by H. Collins.--4. The Leeds Corporation strike in 1913, by J. E. Williams.--5. The triple industrial alliance, 1913-1922, by P. S. Bagwell.--6. Ramsay MacDonald and the Labour Party, by C. L. Mowat.--7. The Clyde Workers' Committee and the dilution struggle, by J. Hinton.--8. The foundation of the Co-operative Party, by S. Pollard.--9. The War Emergency Workers' National Committee, 1914-1920, by R. Harrison.--10. Guild socialism and the Labour Research Department, by M. Cole.--11. The Building Guilds, by F. Matthews.--12. Guild socialism: the Storrington Document.
Other author Saville, John, 1916-2009, joint author.
Subject Working class -- Great Britain -- History.
Labor unions -- Great Britain -- History.
Variant Title Labour history, 1886-1923
ISBN 0333072464