ETOL Writers: Andrew Glyn


Andrew Glyn Archive

Andrew Glyn

Andrew Glyn

(1943–2007)


Biography

Obituary: Andrew Glyn, 1943–2007, by Lynn Walsh (Socialism Today, February 2008)

Works:

July 1974: Thresholds – Worker’s Standards Still Cut

August 1974: Britain’s Riches – Massive Inequality of Wealth

September 1974: Unemployment and the Tories

November 1974: Are the Bosses Over-Taxed

January 1975: What became of Labour’s wealth tax?

February 1975: Cuts in “Social Wage”

May 1975: Import Controls? No Answer to Workers’ Problems

September 1975: Import Controls – No Solution to Crisis

March 1976: The Socialist Challenge (book review)

August 1976: What Are the Big Monopolies

September 1976: Local Government – Sucked Dry by the Money Lenders

September 1976: Why capitalists want the cuts

September 1977: Big Business Opposes Reflation

September 1977: Boom – or Bubble?

September 1977: Six Reasons Why North Sea Oil Will Not Halt Britain’s Decline

November 1977: Correct If Confusing (letter)

December 1977: Unemployment: Facts and Lies (book review)

March 1978: Save our Services

March 1978: ‘What the City wants’ from North Sea Oil Revenues

April 1978: Cambridge Economists Predict Five Million Unemployed by 1990

April 1978: Slick, but Unconvincing

June 1978: Unemployment – How Capitalism wastes human resources

July 1978: Summit For Nothing

August 1978: Summit For Nothing – Part II

October 1978: No Retreat – Nationalise the Banks!

December 1978: European Money Squabbles

1979: Capitalist Crisis – Tribune’s ‘Alternative Strategy’ or Socialist Plan (pamphlet)

January 1979: Fewer and Bigger

March 1979: Labour Activist and the Manifesto

May 1979: World Capitalism Stuck in the Stagnant Seventies

Autumn 1979: Profits – Catastrophic Drop

November 1979: Japan – Facing Instability

November 1979: Japanese Workers Struggle to Transform Society – Part Two

February 1980: Labour and Equality – Why Did Labour Fail?

March 1980: 1974–79 Labour Government – What Went Wrong?

April 1980: The Brutal Logic of Monetarism

January 1981: Japan – Working in ‘Hell’s Battlefield’

January 1981: Japan – Reclaiming the Unions

January 1981: No Real Alternative

April 1981: Japan – Labour harmony sliding out of tune

May 1981: Technical Progress Slows to a Snail’s Pace ...

September 1981: Labour Must Start with ... Bold Socialist Change

October 1981: Tumbling profits – Crumbling industry

March 1982: Labour’s Alternative Budget – Socialist Measures Needed

July 1982: Economic Recovery – ‘Now You See It, Now You Don’t’

June 1984: Closures – Economic Nonsense

September 1984: Miners’ dispute – NCB fraud exposed

December 1984: Uneconomics of Pit Closures

October 1985: Up to sixty pits to go?


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