Contextualising British syndicalism, c. 1907-c. 1920

Price, Richard
December 1998
Labour History Review (Maney Publishing);Winter98, Vol. 63 Issue 3, p261
Academic Journal
Discusses how syndicalism in Great Britain's labor movement may be better understood by contextualizing it politically, culturally and historically. Concentration of syndicalist theory on describing alternative organizational hierarchies of production; Tradition of proletarian discourse in the public sphere; Acknowledgement of the working class as citizen consumers.


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