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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    DUE 30-10-17
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