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This Nation Tomorrow: The Trade Unions


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A fortnightly programme that takes a hard look at the ideas that may shape our future with Kenneth Allsop.
Tonight: The Trade Unions
W.E.J. McCarthy Research Fellow of Nuffield College, Oxford argues that we get trade unionism on the cheap and that the unions must reorganise if they are to be a really constructive force in our national life.
His ideas are critically examined by three people in the studio
Jack Cooper, General Secretary, General and Municipal Workers' Union
Maurice Laing, Senior Vice-President, British Employers' Confederation
and John Cole, Labour correspondent of The Guardian


Presenter: Kenneth Allsop
Speaker: W.E.J. McCarthy
Panellist: Jack Cooper
Panellist: Maurice Laing
Panellist: John Cole
Drawings: Gerald Scarfe
Director: Richard Marquand
Producer: Derek Holroyde

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This Nation Tomorrow: The Trade Unions

BBC Television, 11 August 1963 22.00

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