During the last decade of the century of its existence the T.U.C. has been dominated by the problem of coming to terms with rapidly changing economic, social and political conditions. The role of the T.U.C. in contemporary Britain is of immense significance; no national institution is in a position of greater social importance. The contribution to the welfare of society which the T.U.C. has the opportunity to make cannot be overrated, yet in spite of its supremely important role, the power it represents and the fact that there lies behind it a hundred years of remarkable achievement, the T.U.C. begins its second century of life under a question mark.
KeywordsTrade Union Collective Bargaining Industrial Relation Full Employment Short History
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