Very good in good dust jacket. Very good, clean, unmarked first edition. Good DJ with some discoloration and wear, especially at the top edge. vii, 363 p. : port.; 23 cm. Includes bibliographical references and an index. Contents: G.D.H. Cole as an undergraduate / by I. Brown--At Oxford in the twenties / by H. Gaitskell--What Cole really meant / by S.K. Bailey--Cole and Oxford, 1938-1958 / by G.D.N. Worswick--The language of 'class' in early nineteenth-century England / by A. Briggs--Nineteenth-century co-operation; from community building to shopkeeping / by S. Pollard--Custom, wages, and work-load in nineteenth-century industry / by E.J. Hobsbawm--The socialists of the Polish 'great emigration' / by P. Brock--The Bee-hive newspaper: its origin and early struggles / by S. Coltham--Professor Beesly and the working-class movement / by R. Harrison--The English branches of the First International / by H. collins--Homage to Tom Maguire / by E.P. Thompson--Trade unions and free labour; the background to the Taff Vale decision / by J. Saville.
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