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Articles in this issue

  • From industrial serf to wage-labourer: the 1937 apprentice revolt in Britain
    Pages: 1 - 18
  • A private welfare agency for white-collar workers between the wars: a study of the Liverpool Clerks' Association, 1918-39
    Pages: 19 - 39
  • Trade-union policy between the wars: the case of holidays with pay in Britain
    Pages: 40 - 67
  • International class solidarity or foreign intervention? Internationalists and Latvian Rifles in the Russian Revolution and the Civil War
    Pages: 68 - 79
  • Working-class housing in Birmingham during the Industrial Revolution
    Pages: 80 - 94
  • Bibliography
    Pages: 95 - 119
  • Notes on Contributors
    Page: 120