Women, Work, and Politics: Belgium, 1830-1914 by Patricia Penn Hilden

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Author
Patricia Penn Hilden
Publisher
Clarendon Press
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376
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9780198228837
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Hardcover
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In this study of the working women of Belgium Patricia Penn Hilden argues that the success of Belgium's industrial revolution was uniquely dependent on female labor. She examines the widespread participation of Belgian women in the labor market, and explores their role in the emergent politics of Belgium's working class, making a valuable contribution to our understanding of socialism and feminism, labor history, and the history of Belgium.


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