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December 1991
Labour History Review (Maney Publishing);Winter91, Vol. 56 Issue 3, p3
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The article focuses on several developments related to labor sector. The National Museum of Labor History is planning exhibitions on the Primrose League and the Independent Labor Party. One wishes to locate items for display such as badges, banners, ceramics, ephemera and statuettes relating to both organizations. The Primrose League exhibition is to be held at the National Museum of Labor History in Manchester. Trade Union and Related Records, occasional publication no. 5 of the University of Warwick Library, was reissued in July 1991 in its sixth edition. Women's History Review is a new journal, the first issue of which is planned for March 1992 under the editorship of June Purvis. The Spanish Civil War: The View from the Left, planned as a special, book-length issue of Revolutionary History, can be ordered from Socialist Platform.


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