Talk by T. T. Paterson
The speaker, who is Senior Lecturer in Industrial Relations in the University of Glasgow, comments on me book by K G. J. C. Knowles recently published under this tide. He compares the historical approach to strikes (followed in this book) and the functionalist approach, with particular reference to the unofficial strike.
Six talks by William Empson
1—Macbeth and Professor Dover Wilson
In these talks (to be broadcast on successive
Saturdays) Mr. Empson will dliscu&s some problems of character and action in Macbeth, Hamlet, and Fals,mff.
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