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Marxism and the Trade Union Struggle

@inproceedings{Gluckstein2001MarxismAT,
  title={Marxism and the Trade Union Struggle},
  author={Donny Gluckstein},
  year={2001}
}
TRADE UNIONS are deeply affected by the situation in which they operate. This is clearly shown if we compare the history of unions in Russia and Britain—one the home of the world’s first workers’ state, the other the first haven of mass reformism. Trade union experience in Russia was very meager. Before the 1905 revolution unions hardly existed. It is true that in 1901 a police chief called Colonel Zubatov organised a sort of union. In Petrograd it was called the Society for Mutual Aid for… Expand
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