The 2018 edition (no. 39) of Historical Studies in Industrial Relations will be published this week.
James Moher: The Combination Laws and the Struggle for Supremacy in the Early Engineering Trades: The London Society of Journeymen Millwrights
Adrian Williamson: Lyons v. Wilkins and the Right to Peacefully Persuade
Andrew Perchard and Keith Gildart: ‘Run with the fox and hunt with the hounds’: Managerial Trade-Unionism and the British Association of Colliery Management, 1947–1994
Ewan Gibbs and Jim Phillips: Who Owns a Factory?: Caterpillar Tractors in Uddingston, 1956 to 1987
Roger Undy: The Making of UNITE the Union: The Dynamics of Amalgamation
Rebecca Zahn: The ‘European Social Model’ and the UK: From Europeanization to Anglicization
Bob Fryer and Steve Williams: Remembering and Honouring NUPE: A Response to Dave Lyddon’s Review Essay on Leadership and Democracy
David S. Rowbottom: A Contribution to the History of the National Union of Public Employees: A View from Cumbria, 1969–1979
Paul O’Leary: Joe England, Merthyr: The Crucible of Modern Wales
Sheila Blackburn: Peter Ackers and Alastair Reid (eds), Alternatives to State-Socialism in Britain: Other Worlds of Labour in the Twentieth Century
Colin Crouch: Werner Bonefeld, The Strong State and the Free Economy
Back-issues to no. 31/32 (2011) at a discount are available to subscribers.