Craft unionism and industrial change : a study of the National Union of Vehicle Builders until 1939

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Lyddon, Dave;
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This thesis is about how the members of a long-established multi-craft union, originating in the coachmaking trade, coped with the massive changes in the means of transport, culminating in the dominance of mass production motor car firms. Part I explores changes in the ... View more
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    ~ 1. The Nineteenth Century Railway Company Workshops. 704 2. Railway Workshop Union Membership Statistics. 719 3~·Census Returns, 1921/1931. 723 4. Coachbuilding Employer Organisations and Jational Agreements. 729 5. Big Six Car Production, 1929-1939. 736 6. The Smaller Car Producers. 740 7. NUVB Car Branch Xembership, 1919-1939. 748 8. NUVB Industrial Action in Coventry, 1919-1929. 751 9. The 1934 Pressed Steel Strike. 764

    Number of carriages in use, 1814-1874.

    Adult male coachmakers, England and Wales, 1831-1871.

    Adult male coachmakers in London, 1841-1871.

    7:1 Total semi-skilled (over 35?) membership, 1921-1931.

    7:2 NUVB unemployment benefit payments, Jan. 1926-Jul.1927.

    7:3 NUVB unemployment, Nov. 1930-Nov. 1934.

    7:4 Industrial Secti~n membership, 1932-1938.

    7:5 Recruitment of over-35 year olds into different contribution tables, Oct. 1935-0ct. 1937.

    7:6 Industrial Section, and total NUVB, recruitment, 1937.

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