Contents of No. 2
Some Blackwell books on industry
with a Foreword by
British trade unions have produced more unofficial movements than have the unions of any other country. Undoubtedly the most famous of these was the shop stewards’ movement in the engineering industry during and just after the First World War, which at times came close to taking over the leadership from the official unions; The movement also developed a philosophy of its own—
A New Approach to Industrial Democracy
An important new contribution to the discussion of the possible forms of industrial democracy.
Decision-Making and Productivity
In this study of the “worker decision-
The Employers’ Challenge
by Hugh Clegg and
This study of the National Shipbuilding and Engineering Disputes of 1957 concludes with an attempt to show why the employers’ challenge failed, and to draw some provisional lessons from the disputes.
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