Women, modernisation and trade unions

Soundings - ISSN 1362-6620
Volume 2004 Number 27

Women, modernisation and trade unions
Heather Wakefield, pages -

Abstract

Heather Wakefield argues that a fuller recognition of women’s centrality to the welfare state and in public sector unions could transform our ability to defend the public sector from the depredations of marketisation.

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