Challenge, Crisis, and Renewal? Themes in the Labour History of Britain, 1960ï¿½2010
- The Aristocracy of Labour and Working-Class Consciousness Revisited. Foster, John // Labour History Review;Dec2010, Vol. 75 Issue 3, p245
This article seeks to position the debate on the Labour Aristocracy, an important one during the early years of the Society for the Study of Labour History, within the wider controversies of the 1970s and 1980s on the future of the Labour Party and the adoption of post-modernist methodology. Its...
- Buildings of the Labour Movement. CROW, CHARLOTTE // History Today;Sep2013, Vol. 63 Issue 9, p64
The article reviews the book "Buildings of the Labour Movement," by Nick Mansfieid
- Buildings of the labour movement. Wrigley, Chris // Socialist History;2015, Issue 46, p114
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- Between Class and Elite: The Evolution of the British Labour Movement. RICHARDS, ERIC // Labour History;Nov1974, Issue 27, p91
The article reviews the book "Between Class and Elite: The Evolution of the British Labour Movement: A Sociological Study," by Zygmunt Bauman.
- Strikes: A Documentary History. J. I. // Labour History;May1972, Issue 22, p77
The article reviews the book "Strikes: A Documentary History" by Ruth and Edmund Frow and Michael Katanka.
- Labour and Hospitals in Urban Yorkshire: Middlesbrough, Leeds and Sheffield, 1919â€“1938. Doyle, Barry // Social History of Medicine;Aug2010, Vol. 23 Issue 2, p374
In the debates over the politics of National Health Service foundation, there has been little investigation of the attitudes of the inter-war labour movement to a state-run hospital system. In particular, there has been limited assessment of views outside parliament in provincial Labour parties...
- Bronterre O'Brien and the Meaning of Radical Reputation in the Age of the Chartists. TURNER, MICHAEL J. // Journal for the Study of Radicalism;Fall2013, Vol. 7 Issue 2, p31
The article examines mid-19th-century radical politics in Great Britain and the associated Chartist labor reform movement through a case study of the career of radical leader Bronterre O'Brien. More specifically, the author is concerned with the ways in which O'Brien's career demonstrates the...
- THE BRITISH RAIL STRIKE OF 1887. BROOKER, R. P. // Labour History;Nov1966, Issue 11, p54
The following documents are taken from a series of articles which appeared in the RAILWAY MAGAZINE (London) during the period 1912-14, under the title 'Leaves from the Log of a Locomotive Engineer'. The author of the 'log' was Mr. Robert Weatherburn. He became a locomotive engineer after...
- Coal Strikes on the Home Front: Miners’ Militancy and Socialist Politics in the Second World War. Gildart, Keith // Twentieth Century British History;Jun2009, Vol. 20 Issue 2, p121
The impact of the Second World War on British society has provided fertile ground for historical research. Historians have questioned the once orthodox view of the â€˜people's warâ€™ and pointed to divisions across social classes. This article extends such analyses by examing political...