|Title: ||North Wales Miners: A Fragile Unity, 1945-1996|
|Publisher: ||Cardiff: University of Wales Press|
|Issue Date: ||2002 |
|Additional Links: ||http://www.uwp.co.uk|
|Abstract: ||Keith Gildart concentrates on the period between the nationalization of the coal industry in 1947 and its privatization in 1994 and, through a detailed study of groups, individuals and communities, demonstrates the complex nature of work and politics during a period of momentous change in British coalfield history. He pays particular attention to the politics of the National Union of Mineworkers, the role of the Labour Party, and the impact of pit closures on miners and their localities. North Wales Miners combines oral history and archival sources to provide a ground-breaking account of social, political and industrial change in post-war Wales. Contents: The Golden Age of Labourism, 1945-1963; Miners, Labour and pit closures, 1964-1971; The Politics of Coal, 1972-1982; The Fragmentation of Unity, 1983-1988; The End of an era, 1989-1996. (University of Wales Press)|
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|Appears in Collections: ||Trade, Retailing and Consumption History Group|
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