- Years of struggle: The life and work of Robin Page Arnot. // Labour History Review (Maney Publishing);Fall94, Vol. 59 Issue 2, p58
This article focuses on the life and work of Robin Page Arnot, a self-educated journalist who became editor of the "Greenock Telegraph" in Scotland. Having joined the Greenock branch of the Social Democratic Federation, he became actively involved in socialist politics in the city through the...
- OBITUARY: Robin PAGE ARNOT (1890-1986). Saville, John // Bulletin -- Society for the Study of Labour History;Nov86, Vol. 51 Issue 3, p3
Presents an obituary for Robin Page Arnot, editor of the journal "Greenock Telegraph."
- Small is winnable. Platt, Steve // New Statesman & Society;11/18/94, Vol. 7 Issue 329, p27
Focuses on the conditions of trade unions in Great Britain. Impact of the defeat of the 1984-85 strike; Effect of the destruction of the coal industry; Strategies of the National Union of Mineworkers.
- The U.M.W. and the T. V.A. // New Republic;8/7/35, Vol. 83 Issue 1079, p366
Presents a letter to the editor negating the reported opposition of the United Mine Workers of America to the Tennessee Valley Authority.
- Pride and Principle. Cornford, Adam // Progressive;Jun85, Vol. 49 Issue 6, p6
Comments on an article previously published in the periodical 'The Progressive,' concerning the National Union of Mineworkers.
- Mexico (Case No. 2478). // Official Bulletin: Series B;2009, Vol. 92 Issue 1 (353, 354), p86
The article reports on the complaint filed by the international Metalworkers' Federation (IMF) and National Union of Miners, Metalworkers and Allied Workers of the Republic of Mexico (SNTMMSRM) relating to the deaths of trade unionists in Mexico.
- Coal mine inspectors form union. // Coal Age;Sep96, Vol. 101 Issue 9, p18
Reports on the formation of a union by West Virginia mine inspectors and safety instructors in the Office of Miners' Health and Safety Training, to lobby for a wage increase. Wage increase sought by the union; Amount of money made by state mine inspectors annually compared to those in...
- Geelong workers support Ark Tribe. // Green Left Weekly;4/21/2010, Issue 834, p5
The article reports on the support given by the Geelong Construction Forestry Mining Energy Union Shop Stewards Committee towards Ark Tribe, a construction worker in Adelaide, South Australia who faces six months in jail for resisting to be interrogated by Australian Building and Construction...
- Union digs deep for Chile miners. O'Brien, Stephen // Green Left Weekly;10/13/2010, Issue 856, p5
The article reports on the demand of the miners union in Chile, which concerns the miner's right to receive wages from the government when the company refused.