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The 2018 edition (no. 39) of Historical Studies in Industrial Relations will be published this week.

 
The 2018 edition (no. 39) of Historical Studies in Industrial Relations will be published this week. 
 
Contents
 

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

 

Book Reviews

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.

10th September 2018