A Short History of the British Working-Class Movement, 1789-1947 - Vol. 2

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A Short History of the British Working Class Movement 1789-1927

by G. D. H. Cole Volume II. 1848-1900

LONDON : GEORGE ALLEN AND UNWIN LIMITED & THE LABOUR PUBLISHING COMPANY LIMITED

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Preface v
  • Note vi
  • Contents vii
  • Chapter I - Introductory 9
  • BOOKS 26
  • Chapter II - Thrift and Abstinence 27
  • BOOKS 40
  • BOOKS 49
  • Chapter III - Trade Unionism Re-Made 51
  • BOOKS 58
  • BOOKS 64
  • BOOKS 68
  • BOOKS 73
  • Chapter IV - Political Movements 75
  • BOOKS 80
  • BOOKS 84
  • BOOKS 89
  • Chapter V - The Labour Laws, 1864-1871 91
  • BOOKS 96
  • BOOKS 102
  • BOOKS 107
  • Chapter VI - The Labour Laws (continued) Trade Unionism in the 'seventies 109
  • BOOKS 115
  • BOOKS 125
  • BOOKS 129
  • Chapter VII - The Great Depression 131
  • BOOKS 138
  • BOOKS 143
  • Chapter VIII - Socialism and the Dock Strike 145
  • BOOKS 151
  • BOOKS 158
  • BOOKS 164
  • Chapter IX - Independent Labour 165
  • BOOKS 172
  • BOOKS 181
  • BOOKS 184
  • Chapter X - The Condition of the Workers in the Second Half of the Nineteenth Century 185
  • BOOKS 196
  • CHARTS AND FIGURES 197
  • Index 205
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