Independent Labour Party (ILP)

Black, M

'Never at Rest': the Diary of John S Taylor, 1885-1916
29/1994/50-62

Brewer, R C

The Independent Labour Party in Angus 1908-18
22/1987/11-21

Carrigan, D

Patrick Dollan and the Glasgow labour movement: a reappraisal
51/2016/134-153

Duncan, R

Motherwell for Moscow: Walton Newbold, Revolutionary Politics and the Labour Movement in a Lanarkshire Constituency 1918-1922
28/1993/47-70

Foster, J

Scotland and the Russian Revolution
23/1988/3-14

Gallagher, T

Red Clyde's Double Anniversary
20/1985/4-13

Howell, D

Beyond the Stereotypes: the Independent Labour Party 1922-1932
29/1994/17-49

Hughes, A

'The Politics of the Kitchen' and the dissenting domestics: the ILP, labour women and the female 'citizens' of inter-war Clydeside
34/1999/34-51

Knox, W

Keir Hardie and the Trade Unions
50/2015/72-80

Macwhirter, J

Internationalism and the British Labour Movement 1917-27
6/1972ii/26-54

Martin, C

Competition and co-operation: the ILP and the SDF, 1888-1914
52/2017/54-67

McKay, J

Red Clydeside after 75 Years: A Reply to Iain McLean
31/1996/85-94

McKinlay, A

'Never at Rest': the Diary of John S Taylor, 1885-1916
29/1994/50-62

McLean, I

Red Clydeside after 25 Years
29/1994/98-111

Miller, C W

Forward to Obscurity: Another Dimension to the Decline of the Radical Left on 1930s Clydeside
47/2012/91-109

Orr, L

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

SLHR Editorial Collective,

Scottish Labour History Review No 7
28/1993/

Sweeney, I

Local Party Politics and the Temperance Crusade, Glasgow 1890-1902
27/1992/44-63

Ward, J T

Tory Socialist: Michael Maltman Barry 1842-1909
2/1970i/25-37