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Title: Maltese trade unions (5) : the emergence of the General Workers' Union
Authors: Borg, Joseph
Keywords: Labor unions -- Malta
Malta -- History -- British occupation, 1800-1964
Labor movement -- Malta
General Workers Union
Issue Date: 1983
Publisher: Gulf Publishing Ltd.
Citation: Borg, J. (1983). Maltese trade unions (5) : the emergence of the General Workers' Union. Civilization, 7, 187-189.
Abstract: Trade Unions had so far been limited in outlook and so failed to establish a solid basis. Furthermore, the trade union leaders had also failed to convince the workers that something substantial could be obtained by these associations. This is where the General Workers' Union succeeded, ably aided by Reggie Miller's charisma and courage, because he exploited the situation to the full and convinced the workers that they could rely on the new union.
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