2 edition of Liverpool Labour Party & the Liverpool working class, 1900-39. found in the catalog.
Liverpool Labour Party & the Liverpool working class, 1900-39.
R. S. W. Davies
Extracted from the North West Labour History Society Bulletin, vol.6, 1979-1980.
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