Working Class

Brotherstone, T

John Maclean and the Russian Revolution: a Discussion Article
23/1988/15-29

Calder, A

Workers' Culture/Popular Culture: Defining Our Terms
26/1991/64-77

Clark, A

'And the Next Thing, the Chairs Barricaded the Door': the Lee Jeans Factory Occupation, Trade Unionism and Gender in Scotland in the 1980s
48/2013/116-135

Cowper, H

Some Aspects of Working Class Education and Imperialism 1920-1940
16/1981ii/12-18

Denny, N

Self-Help, Abstinence and the Voluntary Principle: the Independent Order of Rechabites 1835-1912
24/1989/34-46

Donnachie, I

Drink and Society 1750-1850: Some Aspects of the Scottish Experience
13/1979/5-22

Duncan, R

The Scottish Labour History Society: A Retrospect
46/2011/14-25

Elliot, R

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

Englander, D

Landlord and Tenant in Urban Scotland: the Background to the Clyde Rent Strikes 1915
15/1981i/4-14

Foster, J

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

Glasgow Labour History Workshop,

Working at Singer, Clydebank, 1911-1914: Oral Testimony of David Burnett
25/1990/76-87

Gordon, E

The Scottish Trade Union Movement, Class and Gender 1850-1914
23/1988/30-44

Hay, R

Government Policy towards Labour in Britain 1900-14: some further issues
10/1976/41-49

Hillis, P L M

Working Class Membership of the Presbyterian Churches in Scotland, 1840-1880
33/1998/31-50

Holt, P

Scottish Pawnshops 1792-1820: a Note on a Neglected Index of the Condition of the Working Class
8/1974/31-33

Hughes, A

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

Johnstone, C

Early Post-War Housing Struggles in Glasgow
28/1993/7-29

Kelly, P

The Contribution of Scots to Working Class Movements Abroad
47/2012/68-90
The Contribution of Scots to Trade Unionism Abroad
48/2013/52-73

Manson, J

Communists and Workers in Grey Granite
34/1999/114-118

Marwick, W H

Workers' Education in Early Twentieth-Century Scotland
8/1974/34-38

McCalman, S B

Chartism in Aberdeen
2/1970i/5-24

McIvor, A

Work and Health 1880-1914: a Note on a Neglected Interaction
24/1989/47-67

Meek, J

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

Morris, R J

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

Perchard, A

Working Class History and the People's Voice: Fiftieth Anniversary Guest Editorial
46/2011/3-9

Phillips, J

Histories of Labour: Review Essay
46/2011/120-124
Collieries and Communities: the Miners' Strike in Scotland 1984-1985
45/2010/18-36

Rice, F J

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

Strangleman, T

Writing Workers: Re-reading Workplace Autobiography
46/2011/26-37

Treble, J H

The National Leadership of the Charity Organisation Society, Old-Age Poverty and Old Age Pensions in Britain 1878-1908
18/1983/18-42
Unemployment in Glasgow 1903-1910: Anatomy of a Crisis
25/1990/8-39

Waites, B

The Effects of the First World War on the Economic and Social Structure of the English Working Class
12/1978/3-33

Walker, D

'Danger Was a Thing that Ye Were Brought up wi': Workers' Narratives on Occupational Health and Safety in the Workplace
46/2011/54-70

Whatley, C A

A Caste Apart? Scottish Colliers, Work, Community and Culture in the Era of Serfdom c1606-1799
26/1991/3-20

Wilkie, B

Scottish Workers and Radicals in Early Twentieth-Century Australia
48/2013/74-94

Wilson, A

The Scottish Chartist Press
4/1971/3-17

Winter, J M

A Note on the Reconstruction of the Labour Party in 1918
12/1978/63-69

Wood, I S

Military Service and the Working Class 1850-1914: a Guide to Some of the Literature
21/1986/34-42
Drink, Temperance and the Labour Movement
5/1972i/34-54