December 1992
Labour History Review (Maney Publishing);Winter92, Vol. 57 Issue 3, p2
Academic Journal
This article reports on the latest developments on labor organization in Great Britain as of 1992. Mark K. Stone, historian of the Pennsylvania AFL-CIO, states that the Mechanics Union of Trades Associations of Philadelphia was the first central council of local trades councils in the United States. On the other hand, the 1993 conference of Australian Society for the study of Labour History, which will be held at Newcastle, New South Wales, on 25-26 June 1993, aims to be a celebration of the history of that region. Meanwhile, the William Morris Society is holding a Conference, on Ruskin and Morris: A vision of Britain, industrialisation and beyond, at Sheffield Hallam University during the weekend of 10-12 September 1993.


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