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Dictionary of Labour biography

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Volume XI of the Dictionary of Labour Biography maintains the strengths of earlier contributions to this well established and authoritative series. It incorporates many scholarly and original studies of Labour movement figures from a variety of periods and backgrounds together with special notes on related and neglected topics. Volume XI pays particular attention to the role and contributions of women and the multi-nationality of the British Labour movement. Each entry is accompanied by a thorough bibliography and incorporates the most recent historical scholarship in the field. 331 pages. Hardcover with red cloth boards with gilt tiles to spine in very good condition with minor bumping to spine. Dustcover in very good condition with slight edge wear. Contains list of contributors, list od bibliographies, list of names, general index.

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Author(s):
Keith Gildart, David howell, Neville Kirk (Editors)
Condition:
Used: very good
Format:
Hardback
ISBN-10:
0333968727
ISBN-13:
9780333968727
Number of pages:
331
Publisher:
Palgrave Macmillan

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Volume XI of the Dictionary of Labour Biography maintains the strengths of earlier contributions to this well established and authoritative series. It incorporates many scholarly and original studies of Labour movement figures from a variety of periods and backgrounds together with special notes on related and neglected topics. Volume XI pays particular attention to the role and contributions of women and the multi-nationality of the British Labour movement. Each entry is accompanied by a thorough bibliography and incorporates the most recent historical scholarship in the field. 331 pages. Hardcover with red cloth boards with gilt tiles to spine in very good condition with minor bumping to spine. Dustcover in very good condition with slight edge wear. Contains list of contributors, list od bibliographies, list of names, general index.

Author(s):
Keith Gildart, David howell, Neville Kirk (Editors)
Condition:
Used: very good
Format:
Hardback
ISBN-10:
0333968727
ISBN-13:
9780333968727
Number of pages:
331
Publisher:
Palgrave Macmillan

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