Commemorating 40 years since the beginning of the Grunwick Dispute, this seminal text examines the intersection of trade unions, race and the law during one of the most defining events for unions of the twentieth century. The Grunwick Dispute fundamentally changed the way trade unions operated, and brought migrant labour concerns to the fore. This second edition of Jack Dromey and Graham Taylor’s work is published in association with the GMB.
Grunwick: The Workers’ Story
Author(s): Graham Taylor and Jack Dromey
See this book at Lawrence & Wishart publishers.