Frow – Katanka. Strikes: a Documentary History.

Biblioteca / 1970-1979

R. Frow – E. Frow – M. Katanka. Strikes: a Documentary History.

Londres: C. Knight, 1971.

Ruth Frow (1922-2008)

CONTENTS

Introduction

1 – The First Union-Organised Strike

2 – Trade Unions Illegal, 1799-1824

3 – The Blackfaces of 1812

4 – Cotton Strike in Scotland, 1812

5 – Riots in Somersetshire, 1817

6 – Wool-Combers of Bradford, 1825

7 – The Swing Riots of 1830

8 – The Derby Movement, 1833-34

9 – The Tolpuddle Martyrs, 1834

10 – The Power of Strikes, 1834

11 – The Evils of Strikes, 1838

12 – The Lanarkshire Iron-Workers, 1837

13 – Glasgow Cotton Spinners, 1837

14 – The Newport Rising, 1839

15 – Strikes for the Charter, 1842

16 – The Pottery Riots of 1842

17 – The Great Durham Lock-out, 1844

18 – The Blackleg Miners

19 – The Engineers’ Strike and Lock-out, 1851-52

20 – The Preston Spinners’ Strike, 1853-54: Dickens as strike reporter

21 – Northampton Boot and Shoe Makers, 1847-49

22 – Builders’ Strike and Lock-out, 1859-60 – The Nine Hours Movement

23 – Engineers’ Nine-Hours Movement, 1871

24 – Agricultural Labourers’ 1872-74

25 – A New Song, 1874

26 – Liverpool Seamen’s Strike, 1886

27 – The Match Girls’ Strike, 1888

28 – The Great Dock Strike, 1889

29 – The Gas-Workers’ Strike, 1889

30 – The Durham Lock-out, 1892

31 – The Miners’ Lock-out in Lancashire, 1893

32 – Taff Vale Railway, 1900

33 – Tonypandy, 1910

34 – The Dock Strike of 1911

35 – National Railway Strike of 1911

36 – Incitement to Mutiny, 1912

37 – Larkinism and the Struggle in Dublin, 1913

38 – Strikes in World War I

39 – Munitions of War Act, 1915

40 – The War and the Engineers, 1916

41 – Police on Strike, 1918

42 – The 40-Hour Strike, 1918

43 – The Railwaymen’s Strike, 1919

44 – The General Strike, 1926

45 – The Strikers’ Alphabet, 1926

Appendix. A Striker’s Handbook

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