This essay looks at Glasgow's labor situation during World War I and immediately after. It examines the debate over how radical Glaswegians were, and how much influence the Marxist leaders exercised during this period. It uses a vast array of government documents, public documents, and the personal letters and manifestos of the Marxist leaders in order to create a complete picture of this period from all perspectives.



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