Volume 8 – Number 3 – 2002
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- 'Drunk and riotous in Pontypridd': women, the police courts and the press in South Wales Coalfield society, 1899-1914
- Swimming against the tide: gender, learning and advancement in South Wales, 1900-1939
- 'A status too onerous to bear': Merthyr's struggle for civic survival, 1926-1936
- Hospital provision, charity and public responsibility in Edwardian Pontypridd
- SO Davies and the Government of Wales Bill, 1955
J. Graham Jones
- 'Servant of Two Tongues': the demise of TWW
- A 'New History' of the South Wales Coalfield?
- A comment on 'Working-class culture and the labour movement in the South Wales and the Ruhr coalfields, 1850-2000: a comparison by Stefan Berger
- Working-class culture and the labour movement in South Wales reconsidered
- And what should they know of Wales? Why Welsh history needs comparison
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