The Grammar of Anarchy: Force or Law-which? - Unionism, 1910-1914 ebook
by J.J. Horgan,Brendan Clifford
Brendan Clifford (born 1936) is an Irish historian and political activist. He was born in the Sliabh Luachra area of Munster, Republic of Ireland. As a young man, Clifford emigrated to the United Kingdom and became involved in left-wing politics
Brendan Clifford (born 1936) is an Irish historian and political activist. As a young man, Clifford emigrated to the United Kingdom and became involved in left-wing politics. Initially, he was an associate of Michael McCreery, a leader of the Committee to Defeat Revisionism, for Communist Unity, a small British Marxist–Leninist group that had left the Communist Party of Great Britain in 1963.
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Journal of Medieval Military History: Clifford J. Rogers, Clifford J. Rogers, Kelly DeVries, John France. The broad topic of medieval warfare is here explored across the full chronological range of the Middle Ages, using a wide variety of approaches, including literary, prosopographical, technological, and narrative-based analysis.
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Part VII ties the key arguments developed in the book into a substantive conclusion. The Handbook is essential reading for scholars and students of international law and the use of force, and legal advisers to both governments and NGOs. Keywords: international law, international relations, war, peace, use of force, self-defence, humanitarian intervention. Bibliographic Information. Publisher: Oxford University Press. Print Publication Date: Jan 2015.
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in its desire to contain and suppress trade union activity by law or force. The New Unionism in a European Context. The ‘New Unionism’ Reconsidered.
The Development of Trade Unionism in Great Britain and Germany, 1880-1914 book. Labour history is seen from a European perspective and special emphasis is placed on the role of the state in Britain and Germany in its desire to contain and suppress trade union activity by law or force.