Divisions in the movement: the national unemployed workers’ movement and its rivals in comparative perspective
Croucher, Richard (1995) Divisions in the movement: the national unemployed workers’ movement and its rivals in comparative perspective. In: Opening the books: essays on the social and cultural history of British Communism. Andrews, Geoff and Fishman, Nina and Morgan, Kevin, eds. Pluto Press, London, pp. 23-43. ISBN 0745308716
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This chapter deals with questions of division and unity, uniformity and diversity in organisations of the unemployed in Britain between the wars. Its first purpose is to reassert that there was more than one organisation. British labour historians have largely focused on the principle one: the Communist - led National Unemployed Workers' Movement (NUWM). Even if our aim was to be limited to the understanding of the NUWM some serious considerations of alternative organisations need to be considered. There is a sense in which British unemployed organisations shared certain characteristics, and therefore it is relevant to look at the whole range rather than at one particular case.
|Item Type:||Book Section|
|Research Areas:||A. > Business School > Leadership, Work and Organisations > Employment Relations group
A. > Business School
|Depositing User:||Prof Richard Croucher|
|Date Deposited:||10 Aug 2011 08:16|
|Last Modified:||13 Oct 2016 14:23|
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