Ref NoGMG/1/3/4/1/8
TitleLabour Party literature
Date1948- 1952
Extent1 file
Creator NameManchester Guardian and Evening News Limited; Chairman's Office; Laurence Prestwich Scott
DescriptionFolder titled 'Labour Relations' containing 'Background to Management' article by Sir Geoffrey Vickers VC (vol 20 , no 12, December 1952 of 'The Manager'); 'What the Foreman is Thinking' by David Hicks; 'Typographical Circular', September 1950, containing an annotated, shortened version of an address on 'The Worker's Place in a Developing Industry'; a report by the Tavistock Institute of Human Relations, on the Cliftonville Conference, 17-21 November 1949, entitled 'Joint Working Conference on Human Relations in a Group of Factories'; Fabian Society pamphlets on 'Management by Consent, a report by a committee appointed jointly by ASSET and the Fabian Society', May 1948, 'Consultation or Joint Management? A Contribution to the Discussion of Industrial Democracy' prepared jointly by the Fabian Society and the Union of Post Office Workers, December 1949 and 'Workers' Control' March 1949; the Acton Society Trust, Nationalised Industry Publications, 1952, ' The Framework of Joint Consultation' and 'The Worker's Point of View, A Discussion of 'Reporting Back' base on a Study in the Coalfield'; Labour Party Publication 'Small Man: Big World, A Discussion of socialist democracy', February 1949.

Published material from this file can be found in the historical reference library.
System Of ArrangementSubject
Access StatusOpen
TermLabour Policy
FormatPrinted document

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