First published in 1999 , this book discusses trade unionism in Britain from 1964 to 1979. Detailing political change in British politics from union strikes to Thatcherism in the late 1970s and the implications that had on trade unions and industrial politics.

chapter |20 pages

Introduction: Approaching Post-War Trade Unionism

ByJohn Mcllroy, Alan Campbell Nina Fishman

part |2 pages

Part One Overviews, 1945-79

chapter 1|14 pages

The Role of Industrial Correspondents

ByGeoffrey Goodman

chapter 2|30 pages

Making Trade Unionists: die Politics of Pedagogy, 1945-79

ByJohn Mcllroy

part |2 pages

Part Two Survey

part |2 pages

Part Three Case Studies, 1945-64

chapter 4|28 pages

‘Shut Your Gob!’: die Trade Unions and die Labour Party

ByDavid Howell

chapter 5|23 pages

The Trades Union Congress in die International Labour Movement

ByAnthony Carew

chapter 6|24 pages

Cold War Politics: Communism and Anti-Communism in die Trade Unions

ByRichard Stevens

chapter 11|18 pages

Democracy and Trade Unionism on the Docks

ByJim Phillips