Theses and Dissertations: 2004

Adeeb, Yasmin; Boud, Fathi
December 2005
Labour History Review (Maney Publishing);Dec2005, Vol. 70 Issue 3, p297
Academic Journal
The article presents a list of theses and dissertations on labor history. These include "Britons Abroad, Aliens at Home: Nationality, Law and Policy in Britain, 1815-70," by Caitlin E. Anderson, "Public Health and Poverty in a Rapidly Developing Town Llanelly, 1849-1914," by A. Arnold, "The Irish Network: A Study of Ethnic Patronage in London, 1760-1840," by Craig Bailey, "The Labour Party and Rearmament, 1950-5," by Robert Crowcroft, and "The Radical Leveller Program in the English Revolution," by Hugh Edward Crowder.


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