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An old union rep, Joe, and his granddaughter, Arushi, spend a few pleasant days together going over the history of the labour movement. Over tea and sandwiches in his studio they consider the whole wide sweep and points of connection throughout history.

Starting way back with the 14th-century Peasants' Revolt, taking in the Levellers and the Luddites, the expansion of the
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Paperback, 128 pages
Published June 6th 2019 by Workable Books
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A very top level wiz through the history of labour movements in the UK from the 14th century. Maybe not for the seasoned historian but a great intro or gift for someone getting into politics. Great rallying call to join a union too! If you’re reading this review - please look into joining one!
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