'Disruptive elements'? The influence of the Communist Party in Nottingham and District Trades Council, 1929-1951

Stevens, Richard
December 1993
Labour History Review (Maney Publishing);Winter93, Vol. 58 Issue 3, p22
Academic Journal
This article discusses the influence of Community Party members in trades councils in Notttingham, England, between 1929 and 1951. The Trades Union Congress and the Labour Party leaderships concerned to control Communist elements in trades councils. Internal relations within Nottingham Trades Council were improved with the entry of the Soviet Union into the war. The control over the majority of trades councils.


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