National Graphical Association
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The National Graphical Association (NGA) was a British trade union. It was formed in 1964 by the merger of two long-term rival unions, the Typographical Association and the London Typographical Society. It was joined by a large number of small craft print unions including the Society of Electrotypers and Stereotypers; Press Telegraphists; The Association of Correctors Of The Press; Amalgamated Lithographic Printers; Society of Lithographic Artists, Designers and Engravers (SLADE) and the National Union of Wallcoverings and Allied Trades Union. By 1982 it had a membership of 136,300.
The NGA merged with the Society of Graphical and Allied Trades in 1990 to form the Graphical, Paper and Media Union.
In 1978 the General Secretary Joe Wade (see below) asserted in a letter to the Sunday Times that "recruitment through secondary boycott has been a legitimate trade union tactic for many years."〔 Quoted in 'Report of an Inquiry into Certain Trade Union Recruitment Activities', Cmnd. 7706 (1979) (Leggatt Report), page 16.〕
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