Transnational ideas, activities and organizations in Labour history 1860s to 1920s
When a society like ours considers themes for its meetings and conferences there is inevitably a discussion about what is current in labour history. Transnationalism has emerged as something of a vogue concept in recent years and much good work has been produced under its umbrella. Yet Labour History Review has overwhelmingly concentrated on British history.
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|Source:||Labour History Review 75.1(2010) 98-113|
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