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Industrial warfare, the aims and claims of capital and labour,

Author: Charles Watney; James A Little
Publisher: London, J. Murray, 1912.
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Additional Physical Format: Online version:
Watney, Charles.
Industrial warfare.
London, J. Murray, 1912
(OCoLC)612329248
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Charles Watney; James A Little
OCLC Number: 732252
Description: x, 353 pages 20 cm
Contents: The history of labour organization in Great Britain --
The rise of syndicalism --
The "isms" in labour unrest --
The minimum wage --
International working --
The situation in the railway world --
The situation in the transport world --
The situation in the cotton and weaving trades --
The situation in the mining world --
Shipbuilding and engineering industries --
The situation among the metal workers --
The situation among the general labourers --
The building trade --
Women workers: their demands and chief workers --
Clothing, food, and the miscellaneous trades --
Legislative privileges obtained and legal rulings --
The government and labour unrest --
Suggested remedies --
Profit sharing and Co-partnership --
The labour middle class and labour unrest --
Summary of labour legislation --
The ordinary working man's weekly budget.
Responsibility: by Charles Watney and James A. Little.

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