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Fri Mar 21 17:05:10 2014 UTClccn-n500628670.00The butchering of UCS0.780.95A rose loupt oot : poetry and song celebrating the UCS work-in /128974966n 5006286797218UCScontainsVIAFID/150137997John Brown & Company Limitedviaf-306193850Herron, Franklccn-n81125269Woolfson, Charles1946-lccn-n88204101Foster, John1940-lccn-n50041141Buchan, Alasdairviaf-264711878McGill, Jacklccn-n78030993Reid, Jimmy1932-2010lccn-n50040594Broadway, Frank Edwardlccn-nb2004310381Hart, Finlaylccn-nr91045300Thompson, Willielccn-nb2011010116Murray, RobinUpper Clyde ShipbuildersRecords and correspondenceArchivesGreat BritainScotlandEmployeesLabor disputesUpper Clyde ShipbuildersShipbuilding industry--EmployeesScotland--GlasgowUnemployedEmployment agenciesRight to laborSit-down strikesIndustrial relationsPolitical scienceReid, Jimmy,Labor unions--Officials and employeesIndustrial policyBankruptcyEnglish poetry--Scottish authorsScottish poetryShipbuilding industry--Employees--Labor unionsLabor unions and communismScotland--ClydebankSocialist Labour LeagueShipyardsSwedenBotanistsCollege teachersMuir, Robert,--Sir,McPhee familyHamilton familyZoologistsShipbuilding industryShipbuildingShipbuilding--Government policyCommunismManagement--Employee participationStrikes and lockouts--Shipbuilding industry196719681969197119721973197419751976198119821986198920118683749658.92382009485HD8039.S512S8882ocn000061806book19680.81Upper Clyde ShipbuildersVisit of joint management/shop steward party to Swedish shipyards, 14th to 19th October 196841ocn225844602book0.47University of GlasgowMiscellaneous collections [M2697-2701]ArchivesRecords and correspondenceThe collection includes (amongst other items): 1. The papers of Frederick Orpen Bower which discuss topics pertaining to botanic gardens, A. Anstruther Lawson and botanical specimens. 2. Correspondence to or from i) Sir Graham Ker, ii) Duncan MacFarlan. 3. Hamilton and MacFie family papers. 4. Papers of Robert Muir, Sir William MacEwen, Sir Robert Horn and Thomas Neville George. 5. Documents dealing with shipbuilding companies such as Upper Clyde Shipbuilders, William Denny and Bros., and mining concerns such as Sir Robert McAlpine and Sons Ltd., etc. All the above items have an Australian, New Zealand and Pacific connection11ocn813468631book19710.47The butchering of UCS : the Tory plot that killed the yards11ocn810719973book19690.47Upper Clyde ShipbuildersVisit to joint management : shop steward party to Swedish shipyards, 14th to 19th October 196811ocn498206890serialUpper Clyde ShipbuildersUpper Clyde news11ocn019795708mix0.10Algonorth1586ocn001340024book19750.79Herron, FrankLabour market in crisis : redundancy at Upper Clyde ShipbuildersCase studies1372ocn014524781book19860.90Foster, JohnThe politics of the UCS work-in : class alliances and the right to workCase studies1043ocn000379830book19720.66Buchan, AlasdairThe right to work; the story of the Upper Clyde confrontationCase studies821ocn000701782book19730.70McGill, JackCrisis on the Clyde: the story of Upper Clyde Shipbuilders763ocn004465177book19760.63Reid, JimmyReflections of a Clyde-built manBiography681ocn003224269book19760.79Broadway, Frank EdwardUpper Clyde Shipbuilders : a study of government intervention in industry--the way the money goes652ocn000968868book19720.86Murray, RobinUCS: the anatomy of bankruptcyCase studies551ocn000605877book19720.81Thompson, WillieThe U.C.S. work-in231ocn706028660book20110.95A rose loupt oot : poetry and song celebrating the UCS work-inPoetryMusic+-+2502691045201ocn003235761book19730.81Johns, StephenReformism on the Clyde171ocn000415850book19710.88Murray, AlexU.C.S.: the fight for the right to workCase studies91ocn016238291book19720.88Fleet, KenWhatever happened at U.C.S?Case studies81ocn016238293book19720.81Institute for Workers' ControlUCS, the social audit : a special report71ocn000428073book19710.81U.C.S.: Nationalize UCS! For a General Election now!51ocn022202884book19670.47Bewlay, SimonRush on the Clyde51ocn040755676book19710.73Murray, AlexUCS - the fight for the right to work21ocn502613287book19710.47U.C.S. shop stewards' bulletin11ocn858395894book19810.70Coates, KenWork-ins, sit-ins, and industrial democracy : the implications of factory occupations in Great Britain in the early sĖeventies11ocn500259096book1971The butchering of UCS11ocn811826848book19720.47Upper Clyde ShipbuildersUpper Clyde special : we won with your supportThe announcement of the withdrawal of government support for Upper Clyde Shipbuilders (UCS) was made in June 1971. The first redundancies were made on July 30 and the same day Jimmy Reid, the shop stewards' convenor, called for an occupation of the shipyards to prevent their closure. The work-in was supported by mass demonstrations and regional strikes, and only ended in October 1972 when the Government guaranteed work for all four shipyards on Clydeside with most of the original 8000 jobs retained. The UCS work-in stimulated a wave of workers' occupations throughout Britain, estimated at 190 between 1971-1975. This publication celebrating the UCS victory was produced in 1972 by printing workers involved in a work-in at Briant Colour Printing in London+-+2502691045Fri Mar 21 16:11:36 EDT 2014batch11644