A Tradition of Radicalism: The Politics of the South Wales Miners, 1964-1985
- Pride and Principle. Huntington, Henry S. // Progressive;Jun85, Vol. 49 Issue 6, p6
Comments on an article previously published in the periodical 'The Progressive,' concerning the 1984 British coal miners' strike.
- THE JOBS MINE:. // People Management;3/26/2009, Vol. 15 Issue 7, p9
The article provides information on an employment drive launched by Daw Mill in Warwickshire, England, the largest British colliery, in 2009, twenty-five years after the start of the miners' strike. The project will need 24 workers to help develop new coal reserves at the pit, which employs more...
- Reporting the voices of the voiceless during the miners' strike: An early form of 'citizen journalism' HARCUP, TONY // Journal of Media Practice;2011, Vol. 12 Issue 1, p27
The phrase 'citizen journalism' has been much in vogue over the past decade; yet it is a contested concept, not merely in terms of the extent to which participants can be seen to be acting as active citizens but also in terms of the extent to which what they are doing may be characterized as...
- The man who saved Labour. Beckett, Francis // New Statesman;9/19/2014, Vol. 143 Issue 5228, p36
The article looks at British politics and government, focusing on the legacy of former British Labour Party leader Neil Kinnock. It notes that some Labour Party figures believe Kinnock betrayed the liberal values of the party while others consider him to have rescued it from political downfall....
- The Dignity of Decent Men. Coyle, Geoff // History Today;Dec2010, Vol. 60 Issue 12, p72
The author considers the article "1926, Social Costs of the Mining Dispute" by Chris Wrigley which was published in a 1984 issue of "History Today." It explored the 1926 mining dispute and general strike in Great Britain and compared the historical situation to the contemporary British miners'...
- Untitled. Mulgan, Geoff // New Statesman & Society;7/22/94, Vol. 7 Issue 312, p19
Discusses the need for radicalism in the British Labour Party and offers ideas on achieving this end. Need for a clear view about the ends of the party and their means; Need to reverse relative decline in various forms of British politics; Three areas of radicalism.
- Making a credible stance for Labour. Ryle, Sarah // Public Finance;6/3/94, p65
Profiles Giles Radice a member of Great Britain's Labour Party. Background on Radice; Education; Political career; Views on the Labour Party move towards education reforms in Britain; Civil service responsibilities.
- I'm more radical than you are. Ashley, Jackie // New Statesman;05/14/2001, Vol. 130 Issue 4537, p8
Analyzes the use of the term radical, in connection with the platforms and promises of the Labour party in Great Britain for the June 7,2001 election. Definition of radical; Confusion in the meaning of the term in context; Implications of the political agenda of candidates for the democratic...
- Editorial. Hawkins, Susan; Kettle, Ann; Pattinson, Juliette; Potter, Jane; Simonton, Deborah // Women's History Magazine (1476-6760);Autumn2010, Issue 64, p3
This journal introduction discusses various articles published in the issue, including one by Jean Spence on the miners' strike of 1984-5, one by PÃ¤lvi Rantala on the life of Matleena HerajÃ¤rvi, an poor Finnish woman, and one by Irene Gill on the life of her activist grandmother, Olga Hempel.