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Artist or CreatorCollie [Clive Collins]
Title or Caption"John Brown and Connell's lie a-mould'ring in the grave, The unemployed go marching on...."
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Published byThe People
Date01 Aug 1971
FormatNewspaper
Embedded text or transcriptWe want work
Redundant
Unemployed
Give us the right to work
Unemployed
John Brown Shipyard Buried 1971
Connell Shipyard Buried 1971
Person DepictedHeath; Edward (1916-2005)
Davies; John
NotesNews: 30 Jul: Workers at Upper Clyde Shipbuilders took control of the entrance gates to the old John Brown yard and embarked on what they considered an experiment in industrial democracy. [The Times]
SubjectsConservative Party
Conservative Party policy
Secretary of State for Trade and Industry
Upper Clyde Shipbuilders
graves
prime ministers
protest marches
redundancy
shipyard workers
shipyards
undertakers and undertaking
unemployment
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