British Syndicalism 1900-1914

British Syndicalism 1900-1914

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Between 1910 and 1914 Britain experienced a wave of mass strike, violent industrial conflicts and political disaffection unparalleled since the early nineteenth century. Revolutionary industrial attitudes and theories known as syndicalism spread rapidly and became an independent force in the insurgency. Bob Holton traces the roots of this movement within late Victorian and Edwardian Society and follows its course through the pre-war years.