Trade unions, the individual and the state
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Published by National and Local Government Officers Association in London .
Written in English


  • Labor unions -- Great Britain.

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Edition Notes

The text of this pamphlet is an edited version of a paper delivered the first NALGO national school on trade union studies held at Oxford in 1964.

Statementby William Pickles.
SeriesTrade Union Education -- 4
ContributionsNational and Local Government Officers Association.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL18516898M

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