Examining the making of women within working class as workers, trade unionists, and political activists, this discussion features contributions from leading and up-and-coming women labor historians. Without presenting a chronological survey, this study revisits the terrain vacated by standard labor history and weaves together an intricate relationship between class and gender, particularly within the process of industrialization. Suitable both for the specialist and the generalist, this reference also provides a thematic text linking the separate parts into a coherent whole."
Publisher: The Merlin Press Ltd ISBN: 9780850366686 Number of pages: 256 Weight: 340 g Dimensions: 234 x 156 x 20 mm
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