British Trade Union and Labour History: A Compendium
The Economic History Society commissioned this series which aims to provide a guide to current interpretations of the key themes of economic and social history in which advances have been made or in which there has been significant debate. The books are intended to be a springboard to futher reading rather than a set of pre-packaged conclusions.
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The Aristocracy of Labour in NineteenthCentury
Womens Work 18401940 Elizabeth Roberts
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