The History of Trade Unionism
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- Appendices and Index - On the assumed connection between the Trade Union and the Gilds in Dublin - The Rules of the Grand National Consolidated Trades Union - Sliding Scales - The Summons to the First Trade Union Congress - Distribution of Trade Unionists in the United Kingdom - The Progress in Members of particular Trade Unions - Publications on Trade Unions and Combinations of Workmen - The Relationship of Trade Unionism to the Government of Industry
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