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Conclusion: strikebreaking and the fault-lines of mass society, 1880-1930

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The actions of strikebreakers and their allies consequently flit across the historical record, lacking the legibility and continuity of their socialist or communist opponents, or of the police or state authorities. The most profound cause of the marginalisation of strikebreaking in the history of the era is however perhaps not so much archival as historiographical. It is within the context-specific perception of European and global history of the era from the 1880s to the 1930s that strikebre...

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University of Oxford
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HUMS
Department:
History Faculty
Oxford college:
Balliol College
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Pages:
259-267
Series:
Routledge Studies in Modern History
Host title:
Corporate Policing, Yellow Unionism, and Strikebreaking, 1890-1930: In Defence of Freedom
Chapter number:
15
Publication date:
2020-12-23
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9780429354243
ISBN:
9780367374129
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English
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1133514
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pubs:1133514
Deposit date:
2020-12-31

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