2 edition of Worlds of labour found in the catalog.
Worlds of labour
by Weidenfeld and Nicolson in London
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|Pagination||x, 369 p.,  p. of plates :|
|Number of Pages||369|
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WORLDS OF LABOUR is a series of studies that considers the formation and evolution of working classes in the period between the late eighteenth century and the mid-twentieth, scrutinising their 'consciousness', ways of life and the.
Worlds of Labour, further studies in the history of labour Hardcover – 18 Oct. by E. Hobsbawm (Author)5/5(1). Book Description A landmark study in the history of working class labour organisations, WORLDS OF LABOUR is a sequel to the author's widely acclaimed LABOURING MEN.5/5(1). IZA World of Labor is an online platform that provides policy analysts, journalists, academics and society generally with relevant and concise information on labor market issues.
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