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The closed shop in Britain: a human rights issue

The closed shop in Britain: a human rights issue

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  • Creator or Attribution (Responsibility): Joseph Roger Carby-Hall
  • Language: English
  • Jurisdiction(s): England
  • Publication Information: Bradford : MCB Publications, 1980
  • Type: Book
  • Permalink: http://books.lawi.org.uk/the-closed-shop-in-britain-a-human-rights-issue/ (Stable identifier)

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25 pages ; 29 cm

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  • Responsable Person: J.R. Carby-Hall.
  • Publication Date: 1980
  • Country/State: England
  • Number of Editions: 2 editions
  • First edition Date: 1980
  • Last edition Date: 1980
  • Languages: British English
  • Library of Congress Code: KD3040
  • Dewey Code: 344.410189
  • ISBN: 0861760549 9780861760541
  • OCLC: 220346407

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Great Britain
Labor laws and legislation
Labor unions
Strikes and lockouts



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