This accomplished quantity info the diversity of constitutions and kinds of governing our bodies within the old Greek world.
• a suite of unique scholarship on historic Greek governing constructions and institutions
• Explores the a number of manifestations of nation motion during the Greek world
• Discusses the evolution of presidency from the Archaic Age to the Hellenistic interval, historic typologies of presidency, its a variety of branches, rules and approaches and geographical regions of governance
• Creates a different synthesis at the spatial and memorial connotations of presidency by means of combining the newest institutional learn with newer tendencies in cultural scholarship
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Shop stewards had existed since the end of the nineteenth century in some areas but it was not until the war that they achieved national importance. The workshop committees from which they derived their authority were needed to iron out problems arising out of war legislation and out of a government campaign in the latter part of the war for the extension of payment by results. A strike of 9,000 men on the Clyde in February 1915 was settled by arbitration but was followed by the formation of the first of many local shop stewards' committees, which later banded themselves together in a loose national organisation.
But this time the result, according to Askwith, was merely 'the longest series of declamatory speeches and explanations, without any business being done, that I have ever heard'. This dragged on for several days, during which about a million miners stopped work. Factories closed or went on short time. Hundreds of other workers were laid off. Rail and sea transport were seriously affected. 'This coal strike is the beginning of a revolution,' Sir Edward Grey wrote to a friend. 'Power has passed from the King to the nobles, from the nobles to the middle classes and through them to the House of Commons and now it is passing from the House of Commons to the trade unions....
Walter Runciman was now President of the Board of Trade, Burns having resigned on the outbreak of war because of his pacifist views. Runciman induced the miners' council and the employers to accept an agreement but the strikers repudiated it. A Royal Proclamation was read under the Munitions Act but the miners ignored that too. Then suddenly Lloyd George ordered a special train and travelled with Runciman and Arthur Henderson, Labour's representative in the Government, to Cardiff, where he secured a return to work by giving the men almost all they asked.
A Companion to Ancient Greek Government (Blackwell Companions to the Ancient World)