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Working class politics in North East England

Working class politics in North East England

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Published by Newcastle upon Tyne Polytechnic Products in Newcastle upon Tyne .
Written in English

    Places:
  • England, Northern,
  • England, Northern.
    • Subjects:
    • Working class -- England, Northern -- Political activity,
    • Chartism -- England, Northern

    • Edition Notes

      Statementedited by M. Callcott and R. Challinor.
      ContributionsCallcott, M., Challinor, Raymond., North East Group for the Study of Labour History.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsHD8397.E54 W67 1983
      The Physical Object
      Pagination103 p. :
      Number of Pages103
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL2984073M
      ISBN 100906471206
      LC Control Number84235632
      OCLC/WorldCa12558205

      Working class politics in North East England (co-edited with Maureen Callcott) A Radical Lawyer in Victorian England. WP Roberts and the Struggle for Workers Rights () A new harmony?: Robert Owen's visit to Newcastle in () The struggle for hearts and minds: essays on the Second World War ().   Years later in Sylvia Pankhurst returned to East London, determined to recruit working-class women back into the WSPU. After a shaky start (they were pelted with fish heads at least once), by the new East London WSPU branches had become a powerful, democratic campaigning force with thousands of members and strong local support from.

        Working-class and middle-class voters. Labour saw its vote fall by 12 to 13 points in the North East and Yorkshire, while it fell by only six or seven points in London and the South of England. The Politics of the North Page 4 Acknowledgements The idea of this e-book developed as part of the work that the authors have conducted for the White Rose Consortium for the North of England (WRCN). The primary aim of this network of academics from the Universities of .

      The proportion of students achieving grades higher than 4 (a C pass under the old system) in the north-east was down percentage points to per cent in , in line with results in the. Beynon, H, Austrin, T, Global Outpost: The Working Class Experience of Big Business in the North East of England, –79 Department of Sociology, University of Durham, Durham. Google Scholar Beynon, H, Hudson, R, Sadler, D, A Tale of Two Industries: The Decline of Coal and Steel in North East England (Open University Press.


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