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The Typographical Association [electronic resource]: Origins and History Up to 1949

A.E. Musson
EBook; Book; Online
London ; New York : G. Cumberlege, Oxford University Press, 1954 (C. Batey)
British trade union history collection
Nineteenth Century Collections Online: British Politics and Society
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  • The early printing industry and trade society origins
  • The background to trade unionism in the printing industry, 1750-1850
  • The development of trade unionism in the provincial printing industry up to 1830
  • Trade unionism in the provinical printing industry, 1830-48: the Northen Typographical Union, 1830-44, and the National Typographical Association, 1848-8
  • Social political aspects of trade unionism in the printing industry in the first half of the nineteenth century
  • The background to trade unionism in the printing industry, 1849-1914
  • Establishment and growth of the Typographical Association, 1849-1914
  • Relations with employers and strike policy
  • Wages, hours, and working regulations
  • Apprentices
  • The T.A. and the industrial revolution in letterpress printing
  • Relations with other unions
  • Friendly benefits
  • Politics and co-operation
  • The first world war, 1914-18
  • Post-war settlement, 1918-23
  • T.A. growth and constitutional development, 1918-39
  • Relations with employers, 1918-39
  • Wages, hours, and working regulations, 1923-39
  • Relations with other unions, 1918-39
  • Friendly benefits, 1918-39
  • Politics and co-operation, 1918-39
  • The second world war, 1939-45
  • Post-war settlement 1945-9.
1 online resource (viii, [1], 487, [1] p.).
  • Includes index.
  • Reproduction of the original from World Microfilms.
  • Includes bibliographical references.
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