Historical Studies in Industrial Relations, No.1 March 1996

Historical Studies in Industrial Relations, No.1 March 1996

Published by Keele University Press in 1996, 199 pages, Paperback (S8295VWSO)

Contents include:

Industrial Relations and History The Trade Disputes Act of 1906
Scientific Management and Production Management Practice in Britain between the Wars
The Myth of Mass Production and the Mass Production of Myth
Inter-Union Conflict in the Docks, 1954-1955
History, Continuity and Lessons from the Past: The Growth of British Industrial Relations Revisited
Black Workers in London in the 1940s
Life after Death: Mining History without a Coal Industry
Book Reviews:
Simon Fowler: Sources for Labour History
Nina Fishman: The British Communist Party and the Trade Unions, 1933-45
James Hinton: Shop Floor Citizens: Engineering Democracy in 1940s Britain
Sally M. Miller and Daniel A. Cornford (eds): American Labor in the Era of World War II
Paul Johnston: Success while Others Fail: Social Movement Unionism and the Public Workplace
Christopher Hart: Behind the Mask: Nurses, Their Unions and Nursing Policy
Donal Nevin (ed.): Trade Union Century

The condition of the book is generally good. The cover has some minor scuffs and blemishes, and light wear along the edges and corners, but the spine is intact and all pages are intact, unblemished and tightly bound.