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Le mouvement ouvrier écossais, 1900-1931

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Christian Civardi

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(Les références des sources primaires, articles scientifiques et autres ouvrages utilisés sont indiquées dans les notes à la fin de chaque chapitre)

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John Maclean : a Fighter for Freedom, Glasgow, Scottish Committee of the C.P., 1944, 195 p.

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BOWIE, J. A., The Future of Scotland Edimbourg, Chambers, 1939, 272 p.

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BROOM, J., John Maclean, Loanhead, 1973, 207 p.

BROWN, G. Maxton, Edimbourg, Mainstream, 1986, 336 p.
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BROWN, K., ed., The First Labour Party, 1906-1914, Londres, Croom Helm, 1985, 297 p.

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John S. Clarke, Parliamentarian, Poet, Lion Tamer, Londres, Pluto, 1977, 84 p.

CHARLES, R„ The Development of Industrial Relations in Britain, 1911-1939, Londres, Hutchinson, 1973, 340 p.

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The Problem of the Distressed Areas, Londres, Gollancz, 1937, 286 p.

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No Gods and Precious Few Heroes : Scotland since 1914, Londres, Arnold, 1981, 182 p.

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HINTON, J. & HYMAN, R., Trade Unions and Revolution, Londres, Pluto, 1975, 78 p.

HOLFORD, J., Reshaping Labour : Organisation, Work and Politics.-Edinburgh in the Great War and After, Londres, Croom Helm, 1988, 288 p.

HOWELL, D. British Workers and the ILP, 1888-1906, Manchester, M.U.P., 1983.

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James Maxton, Manchester, M.U.P., 1987, 159 p.

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My Life with Nye, Harmondsworth, Penguin, 1981, 326 p.

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Militant Miners, Edimbourg, Polygon, 1981, 352 p.
– ed., Essays in Scottish Labour History, Edimbourg, J. Donald, 1978, 265 p.
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