Militant Workers: Labour and Class Conflict on the Clyde, 1900-1950

Robert Duncan (Editor), Arthur J. McIvor (Editor)

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Abstract

This collection of essays focuses upon the life and times of Harry McShane, one of the last of the Red Clydesiders - a lifelong labour activist and Marxist who died in April 1988. The book incorporates a short biographical introduction, some reminiscences by associates of Harry and samples of his political writing, dealing with the acute housing crisis in late 1940s Glasgow.
LanguageEnglish
Place of PublicationEdinburgh
Number of pages197
Publication statusPublished - 29 Aug 1992

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class antagonism
reminiscence
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Keywords

  • red clydesiders
  • Marxist theories
  • labour
  • class
  • Glasgow

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Militant Workers : Labour and Class Conflict on the Clyde, 1900-1950. / Duncan, Robert (Editor); McIvor, Arthur J. (Editor).

Edinburgh, 1992. 197 p.

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