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Radical Housewives: Price Wars and Food Politics in Mid-Twentieth-Century Canada

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Radical Housewives is a history of Canada's Housewives Consumers Association. This association was a community-based women's organization with ties to the communist and social democratic left that, from 1937 until the early 1950s, led a broadly based popular movement for state control of prices and made other far-reaching demands on the state. As radical consumer ...more
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Published February 22nd 2019 by University of Toronto Press
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