Miscellaneous Correspondence

Scope and Content

Includes an advance copy of an article 'Incomes Policy: What Next?' which was to be published in Socialist Commentary (1967) , a letter from Barbara Castle, the Employment and Productivity Minister, asking for Woodcock' opinions on the suggested terms of reference for the Commission on Industrial Relations (1968), correspondence relating to an article in the Sunday Telegraphwhich said that Woodcock was arguing with Barbara Castle over his salary and conditions of employment as the head of the Commission on Industrial Relations (1969) and correspondence relating to a trade union sash that George Woodcock borrowed (1969).