Women, Workplace Protest and Political Identity in England, 1968-85 - Gender in History (Paperback)Jonathan Moss (author)
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Publisher: Manchester University Press
Number of pages: 208
Dimensions: 216 x 138 mm
'The easy-to-read volume provides a clear introduction to a field from which even more research can be expected in the future.'
'Moss's work will be of interest to oral historians generally as he shows how much can be gained by studying life histories and how participants in key events make sense of their past. He pays careful attention to how people tell their stories and their memories. His work is an argument by example for the importance of those lives.'
Twentieth Century British History, Grace Millar
'Moss's work is an invaluable corrective to the mythologizing that has surrounded these strikes. [...] this work is a must-read for all those interested in the history of women, labour and indeed radical ideas more generally, in postwar Britain.'
Contemporary British History, Natalie Thomlinson
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