By John Lovell
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Unemployment was high in 1907, 1908 and 1909, but it went down sharply thereafter. With returning prosperity workers felt that this was an opportunity to win back the loss that they had suffered in real wages. Important as the economic factors were, they were not the only ones influencing the behaviour of the workers. Other elements in society at higher social levels were also showing that when they felt they had sufficient justification they were prepared to defy the law and established conventions of behaviour.
Both the cause and the men will continue to make themselves felt. . Some think that it's a case of skilled men who are anti-socialist, and the unskilled who are Socialists. This is not so. The position in which the miners' delegates found themselves when considering the Collectivist resolution is indicative of what may be expected from all the large unions at an early date, viz. as many for Socialism as against it. 1 1 Labour Leader (28 Sep 1895). 3 The Emergence of the Labour Movement, 1894-1914 I.
Tom Mann had left Britain in 1902, dissatisfied with progress towards socialism, to settle in Australia, where Labour governments had been in power in various states for some time. However, Tom Mann had been unimpressed by the social legislation of Australia and New Zealand and had developed a deep distrust of Labour politicians and the bureaucratic state. He had, in fact, become a convert to syndicalism. Eventually, he decided to come back to Britain to preach his new faith. On his return, Mann began to propagate his ideas through a series of pamphlets issued under the title of the Industrial Syndicalist.
A Short History of the T.U.C by John Lovell