The Labour Companion: A Bibliography of Canadian Labour History Based on Materials Printed from 1950 to 1975

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James Lorimer & Company, 1980 - Business & Economics - 128 pages
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Prepared by the Committee on Canadian Labour History, publishers of the influential journal Labour/Le Travailleur, this volume is an excellent resource for students of the history of workers in Canada.

The compilers described this book as a working bibliography, that is a compilation of scholarship to date in an incredibly active and burgeoning field of study. It includes hundreds of entries for materials printed between 1950 to 1975, arranged alphabetically and fully indexed. The text is illustrated with revealing photographs.

First published in 1980, The Labour Companion remains a valuable reference for students of labour's role in Canadian history.

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