The focus of this book is the process of unionization in the road
haulage industry, in particular, the role of leadership in
determining the quality of union organization. It analyzes the
early history of road haulage unions, the creation of the TGWU, the
failure to organize the industry during the 1930s and the
consequent reliance upon statutory regulation of wages and
conditions, and the subsequent institutional stasis of the TGWU
during the 1950s.
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