Theses and dissertations on British labour history 1989

Gilbert, Victor F.
September 1990
Labour History Review (Maney Publishing);Fall90, Vol. 55 Issue 2, p6
Academic Journal
The article presents information on some theses and dissertations on British labour history. Some of the titles of these papers were "Lifetimes of Commitment: A Study of Socialist Activists," "Gambling and the Working Class in Britain, 1850-1960, With Special Reference to Lancashire," "Leisure and Poverty in Salford and Manchester," "The English Public Library As an Agency for Social Stability, 1850-1919," "Theories of Parliamentary Representation, 1858-86," "Occupational Pensions in the United Kingdom, 1900-86: The Treatment of Women," and "State Education Policy, 1900-30: The Nature of the Socialist and Teacher Trade Unionist Response."


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