4 edition of Miners and militants found in the catalog.
Miners and militants
by Published for the University of Canterbury by Whitcoulls in Christchurch, N.Z
Written in English
|Statement||edited by Philip Ross May.|
|Series||University of Canterbury publication ; no. 21, University of Canterbury publications ;, no. 21.|
|Contributions||May, Philip Ross.|
|LC Classifications||DU430.W4 M54|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xi, 174 p.,  leaves of plates :|
|Number of Pages||174|
|LC Control Number||78323356|
Unions promote nationalism as US copper miners strike approaches days By Samuel Davidson 18 January The 1, Asarco copper miners at five mines and a NEW YORK, Mar 31 (IPS) – The Southern Africa Litigation Centre, Amnesty International and
Caroline Lund at work. By Barry Sheppard. Aug – Links International Journal of Socialist Renewal-- Caroline Lund was for many years a leader of the US Socialist Workers Party (SWP) and for some years of the Fourth International. She and I resigned from the SWP in In she got a job at an automobile factory in Freemont, California, called New United Motors, Inc. (NUMMI) President Muhammadu Buhari's efforts to diversify the country's economy hit another milestone yesterday in Abuja as the Governor of Central Bank of Nigeria, Mr. Godwin Emefiele, presented him with
GB84 – a powerful tribute to the miners' strike. Review by Phil Sharpe. David Peace was a Yorkshire lad of 17 doing his 'A' levels when Britain entered into the fiercest class struggle of recent times – the miners' strike of Susukan also helped finance the kidnappings in the south of two Canadian men, who were separately beheaded in Sulu in after the militants failed to get a huge ransom. Another Abu Sayyaf militant, Ben Yadah, murdered the two Canadians and remains at large, a military officer ://
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The Polmaise miners refused to cooperate, and in were punished with a five-week lock-out, and a further 12 weeks’ production standstill. In December their pit, too, was listed for closure. The Polmaise miners went on strike in Februarythree weeks before the great national strike of Through dividing the miners and their union into two separate groups – the “moderates” and the “militants” – the government were able to secure their political victory.
They sought to starve miners back to work by implementing changes in legislation to restrict their financial supply by making History. The union local in the Leadville mining district was the Cloud City Miners' Union (CCMU), Local 33 of the Western Federation of Miners.
 The Leadville strike was the first real test for the Western Federation of Miners, and the first strike into which the WFM poured significant resources.
 Coming just two years after the Federation's victory at Cripple Creek, the Leadville ,_Miners'_Strike. During the miners’ great struggle of no figure came to represent the anger and determination of the miners more than A.J. Cook. He was adored by the militants in every coalfield as a tireless and selfless fighter for the cause of the miners.
He was hated by the right wing trade unions leaders. He was pilloried in the bosses’ ://?q=AJ-Cook. The SWP and the miners. John Bloxam and Colin Foster review 'The Great Strike' by Alex Callinicos and Mike Simons (published by Socialist Worker, £).
From SOApril Somehow this Miners and militants book manages to make the great story of the miners' strike rather flat and dull. For them it runs something like this. The miners fought This year, Margaret Thatcher’s death reminded us of the economic policies she initiated in Britain and her anti-social and anti-union fights.
In the last months, Autre Futur [French syndicalist website and association] wished to go further and to conduct a series of interviews with different British unionists and syndicalists, about these past struggles but also about the present, in order ’-struggles-british.
This is the classic history of the Industrial Workers of the World, the influential band of labor militants whose activism mobilized America's poorest and most marginalized workers in the years before World War I.
Originally published inMelvyn Dubofsky's We Shall Be All has remained the definitive archive-based history of the IWW. While much has been written on aspe The media became obsessed with the numbers of miners who were back at work, even though the government later admitted that the figures had been inflated.
On 3rd Marchminers marched back to work behind their banners. The miners’ strike was a time when class conflict in Britain was open and not one Militants increasing attacks on Burkina Faso mines extremists are then collecting a "protection tax" from communities living around the gold mines and also forcing the miners to sell them the Inafter 36 miners were killed by suspected Al-Shabaab militants at a Koromey quarry, the government banned stone mining at night.
The police boss said the other three miners fled when the SANTIAGO: Chilean copper miners' unions called on Sunday for a re-evaluation of the operational continuity plans of the country's biggest miners during what they said was an "alarming" increase in coronavirus cases among workers.
In a statement signed by the union leadership of state-owned Codelco, the Mines Federation - which groups the majority of workers for Chile's major copper mines Asarco copper miner strike in Arizona and Texas in danger By Jerry White 20 December Nearly 2, copper miners remain on strike against Asarco LLC at three open pit mines in southern Arizona Get this from a library.
Miners and militants: politics in Westland, six essays. [Philip Ross May; University of Canterbury.;] Find books like Three Strikes: Miners, Musicians, Salesgirls, and the Fighting Spirit of Labor's Last Century from the world’s largest community of reade Request PDF | Miners and mendicants: A cautionary tale | This paper posits that the existence of informal miners is indicative of and correlated to government institutionality which is defined as Joyce L.
Kornbluh is a community activist and a labor historian, who has retired from the Labor Studies Center, University of Michigan. She is the author of A New Deal for Worker's Education and the coauthor of Rocking the lives in Ann Arbor, Michigan.
Fred Thompson was a publisher with Charles H. Kerr. Franklin Rosemont was a poet, an artist, a historian, a street speaker, the In Marchas Bogota’s coronavirus quarantine began, a white smog hung over the city, coming from fires burning in Nukak National Nature Reserve, nearly kilometers, or miles, away Militants increasing attacks on Burkina Faso mines secretary for the National Union of the Artisanal Miners Association of Burkina Faso.
‘Batman’ writer and comic book legend Dennis O In this photo taken Sunday, Feb. 23,a miner stands on a mound of dirt to make a phone call, at a gold mine in Bouda, Burkina Faso. A growing number of small-scale gold miners are out of This period of crisis was so described in by Edward Dangerfield in the The strange death of liberal England, a brilliantly evocative title which, despite the lack of precision contained in the argument presented in his book, exercised an enduring influence on subsequent interpretations of British social and political history before ://.
Drawing inspiration from Kevin Morgan’s recent study of trade unionist A.A. Purcell, this article analyses the activist commitment of Durham miner Henry Bolton; his changing ideology, and how this informed his political interventions in numerous contexts and through multifarious institutions and positions.
Beginning his political journey as a Methodist and Liberal before converting to They abducted 26 miners some of whom were also armed. Some people showed resistance and fired at the militants and escaped from their custody, but 18 men were taken away to Khyber :// Unfolding in the pages of Mike Stout’s new political memoir, Homestead Steel Mill: The Final Ten Years, is the radical history of a people too commonly believed to have is a history