Was the miners strike effective and why?
The miners strike will always be remembered British working class history as the most significant turning point in power relationship between working class organizations of the trade unions, and state representing interests of the privileged minority in late twentieth century.
That depends which miners strike in history.
Albert Hitler was the leader of the 1984 miners strike
because she thought it was wrong of what were happening to the miners! so she led the strike.
the miners go on strike miners were angry
Margaret Thatcher won the miners strike, Arthur Scargills attempt to bring down the government was a total disaster for the innocent miners he foolishly led in to the abyss .
above 2,000 miners
Miners' strike in Britain in WW2 There was a miners' strike at the Betteshanger Colliery in Kent in 1941 or 1942. Even if the other collieries in East Kent were also involved this was very different from a nationwide strike. There must have been other miners strikes. In a correspondence between my uncle and my father, my uncle talks about how things had got better in his RAF camp following the end of the miners… Read More
They are many reason's for the strike but one of them is that the miners wanted to work overtime but Margret Thatcher would not pay them and she put a ban on overtime, so the NCB (National Coal Board) offered the miners a 5.2% increase in wages but the miners refused.
the general strike happened because lots of miners were locked out and campaigned
by having to move to america and starting up new life.
It depends which strike you mean. In 1984 the strike started on the 12th March In 1972 the strike started on the 9th January
In response to the 1946 miners strike, President Truman seized control of the railroads and eventually stated that the government would operate the railroads using army members. He handled the miners strike in a similar way.
poeple got unhappy
in 19 80 -2000
Several times... you have to be more specific
i believe it was in 1957 _ Salimatou Kaba
Overall, 10 people died during the strike. These included seven picketers, two miners and a taxi driver taking a non-striking miner to work
The Colorado National Guard opened fire on the miners' tent city.
Homestead strike of 1892 Cripple Creek Miners' Strike of 1894 Pullman Strike
Because they find oil and and gas
The 1920 Alabama coal strike, or the Alabama Miners' Strike, was a statewide strike of the United Mine Workers of America against coal mine operators.
Margaret Thatcher had planned to close down several mines and decrease pay, leaving several miners out of a job in 1984, so they went on strike. Usually for better working conditions or to demand higher pay.
south wales where 135 pits where closed.
John L. Lewis
You cant make us no more halite.
Austin McCarthy has written: 'The Miners' Strike 1984-85'
How were president roosevelts leadership skills reflected in the square deal and in his handing of the miners strike?
President Theodore Roosevelt's skills as a leader reflected brightly on the Square Deal and the handling with the miners' strike. Meaning that his skill was at a great level. No republican politician even dared challenge him for the election of 1904
A lot but nobody knows the exact number.
Very old term used in the old days when miners hit a strike.
Higher wages, shorter workdays and the recognition of their union.
The 1914 strike was ended with the Colorado National Guard and the Pinkerton's using machine guns on the miners during the Ludlow Massacre.
He Remained Neutral _ Key'love_
Dynamite is relatively safe and effective, as well as fairly simple to use.
Why did president Harry Truman take drastic measures to end the coal miners' strike and the railroad workers' strike in 1946?
the strikes threatened to cause widespread economic hardship.
The canary. It would sing until there was some poisonous gas, then it would stop. The miners then knew to get out. This was a very effective method but unfortunately the bird would die in the process.
Roosevelts action in the 1902 miners strike and his support of the creation of the department of commerce and labor indicated that he favored?
government supervision of business
It's a railroad pick axe with a handle guard that helps prevent over strike damage.
What was Roosevelt's action in the 1902 miners' strike and his support of the creation of the department of commerce and labor indicated that he favored?
government supervision of business
He claimed executive order to take control of the mines. Congress voted that he did not have that privilege.
It was'nt unusual to find plenty of mines around Durham - there were no mines located in London as there was no space. Durham mines were particularly affected when the miners strike broke out whilst under Maggie Thatchers control. People had no money whatsoever and if the miners agreed to work they would have trouble getting there as other miners on strike would stand at the picket line and shout scum and throw eggs. But… Read More
The Pennsylvania Miners' strike in 1902, a major strike of miners in the coal regions of Eastern Pennsylvania (USA) in May - October 1902. Was led by the Joint Union of Mineworkers. The main demands of the strikers: 20% increase in wages, the 8-hour working day, union recognition. Once in October 1902 with the participation of U.S. President Theodore Roosevelt was a government arbitration board, the president of the United Union of Mineworkers reformist D… Read More
Roosevelt's action in the 1902 miners' strike and his support of the creation of the department of commerce and labor indicated that he favored?
government supervision of business....novanet=]
pressuring owners to grant most union demands
The call miners union was officially recognizes illegal bargaining agent of the minors
No tolerate, one-strike
the rape ghosts that got out of the mines, that were now abandoned mass rape occured in new york and california , bose
Miners spent long days prospecting on the goldfields. Their evenings were often spent in the nearby hotels (hotels in gold-mining towns grew prolifically during the gold rushes), or enjoying the company of the "ladies of the night". Apart from that, there was little else they did. They were there to "strike it rich".
Workers pursuing their right to fair wages and safe working conditions.
A. J. Cook has written: 'Is it peace?' -- subject(s): Coal miners, Daily Express (newspaper), General Strike, Labor unions, Labor unions and mass media, Labour Party (Great Britain), Miners' Federation of Great Britain, Political activity 'The Nine days'
Bruce Olds has written: 'The Moments Lost' -- subject(s): Copper Miners' Strike, Mich., 1913-1914, Man-woman relationships, Fiction