Cumulative Index

This Cumulative Index lists contributors with articles published, each with number, year and pagination of publication respectively (e.g.: 14/1980/30-39).  Where two issues were published in the same year (see The Journal) the sequence of issue is indicated after the year by lower case roman numeral (e.g.: 1972ii).

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McIvor, A

Incubating Death: Working with Asbestos in Clydeside Shipbuilding and Engineering, 1945-1990
34/1999/74-92
Work and Health 1880-1914: a Note on a Neglected Interaction
24/1989/47-67

McKay, C

'In Glasgow we made bombs': the role of Irish-Scots in the Easter Rising
51/2016/79-94

McKay, J

Communist Unity and Division 1920: Gallacher, Maclean and the Unholy Scotch Current
29/1994/84-97
Red Clydeside after 75 Years: A Reply to Iain McLean
31/1996/85-94

McKinlay, A

'Restless Factories': Shop Steward Organisation on Clydeside c1945-70
39/2004/50-69
'Never at Rest': the Diary of John S Taylor, 1885-1916
29/1994/50-62
Depression and Rank-and-File Activity: the Amalgamated Engineering Union 1919-1939
22/1987/22-29
Jimmy Reid: Fragments from a Political Life
46/2011/38-53
The 1937 Apprentices' Strike: Challenge 'from an Unexpected Quarter'
20/1985/14-32
'Pests to Management': Engineering Shop Stewards on Clydeside, 1939-45
30/1995/11-34
'Being a Communist': a Response to John Kay
48/2013/180-184

McLauchlan, J

The UCS Work-In: an Interim Catalogue
8/1974/21-29

McLean, I

Red Clydeside after 25 Years
29/1994/98-111
The Ministry of Munitions, the Clyde Workers' Committee and the suppression of the 'Forward': an alternative view
6/1972ii/3-25

Meek, J

Working Class Family Breakdown and the First World War in Scotland
50/2015/141-159

Melling, J

The Glasgow Rent Strike and Clydeside Labour: some Problems of Interpretation
13/1979/39-44
The Servile State Revisited: Industrial Capitalism in the Early 20th Century
24/1989/68-85

Miller, C W

Forward to Obscurity: Another Dimension to the Decline of the Radical Left on 1930s Clydeside
47/2012/91-109
Extraordinary Gentlemen: the Economic League, business networks, and organised labour in war planning and rearmament
52/2017/120-151

Milligan, T

Trotskyist Politics and Industrial Work in Scotland 1939-1945
30/1995/104-120

Mills, C

The Kinnaird Commission: Siliceous Dust, the Pitfalls of Cause and Effect Correlations and the Case of the Cornish Miners in the Mid-Nineteenth Century
40/2005/13-30

Morgan, K

A Limit to Everything: Union Activists and 'Bolshevik discipline' in Britain and Brazil
34/1999/52-73
Cutting the feet from under organised labour? Lord Weir, mass production and the building trades in the 1920s
43/2008/47-68
In and Out of the Swamp: the Unpublished Autobiography of Peter Petroff
48/2013/23-51

Morris, R J

Skilled Workers and the Politics of the 'Red' Clyde: a Discussion Paper
18/1983/6-17

Morrison, S

The Factory Inspectorate and the Silica Dust Problem in UK Foundries 1930-1970
40/2005/31-49

Murray, T

Interview with International Brigader
11/1977/34-38

Nixon, M

The 1837 Tillicoultry Weavers' Strike: a case study of working-class radicalism
37/2002/9-25

Orr, L

'Shall We Not Speak for Ourselves?' Helen Crawfurd, War Resistance and the Women's Peace Crusade 1916-1918
50/2015/97-115

Parkhitko, V

Communism Will Prevail: William Gallacher's Last Interview
50/2015/124-126

Perchard, A

The Mine Management Professions and the Dust Problem in the Scottish Coal Mining Industry c1930-1966
40/2005/87-108
Working Class History and the People's Voice: Fiftieth Anniversary Guest Editorial
46/2011/3-9
Sculpting the 'Garden of Eden': Patronage, community and the British Aluminum Company in the Scottish Highlands 1895-1982
42/2007/49-69

Philippou, P S

Mutually Hostile Parties? The co-operative movement in Perth and its relationship with the labour movement, 1871-1918
51/2016/60-78

Phillips, J

Collieries and Communities: the Miners' Strike in Scotland 1984-1985
45/2010/18-36
A Peculiar Obscurity? William Gallacher's Missing Biography and the Role of Stalinism in Scottish Labour History: a contribution to an overdue discussion
51/2016/154-174
War Against the Miners: the UK Government Files and the 1984-1985 Miners' Strike
49/2014/124-129
Histories of Labour: Review Essay
46/2011/120-124
Fifty years on: remembering Michael colliery
52/2017/22-30
British Dock Workers and the Second World War: the Limits of Social Change
30/1995/87-103

Purves, A

A Shepherd Remembers
15/1981i/26-33

Quinn, E

Women-only Courses in the Union of Shop, Distributive and Allied Workers: the Meeting of Shopworkers and Feminists
50/2015/160-170

Rafeek, N

Mabel Skinner 1912-1996: Communist Politics amongst a Highlands Community
33/1998/78-96
Rose Kerrigan 1903-1995
31/1996/72-84
Agnes McLean 1918-1994
30/1995/121-130

Renton, D

Interview with International Brigader
11/1977/18-23

Rice, F J

Class and the Treatment of the Insane in Mid-Nineteenth-Century Scotland
20/1985/43-58

Ripley, B J

John Maclean: the Scottish Workers' Republican Party and Scottish Nationalism
18/1983/43-47

Rodgers, T

Politics, Popular Literature and the Scottish Miners: the Poetry and Fiction of James C Welsh
27/1992/23-43