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Weekly Notes for Speakers, 1926-1931

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These notes each focus upon one core theme, whether it is child health or the failure of reparations policy to produce a viable outcome for Germany. The central and recurring themes are disarmament and reparations following World War One; unemployment; foreign policy, with emphasis upon the empire; economic prosperity versus worker poverty; and the importance of addressing a decline in children's health.

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Weekly Notes for Speakers, 1926 and 1928

  • Contributor: London School of Economics and Political Science
  • Reference: 73099D-01
  • Keyword:  british politics labour history women history suffrage pankhurst protest co-operative
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Weekly Notes for Speakers, 1929

  • Contributor: London School of Economics and Political Science
  • Reference: 73099D-02
  • Keyword:  british politics labour history women history suffrage pankhurst protest co-operative
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Weekly Notes for Speakers, 1930

  • Contributor: London School of Economics and Political Science
  • Reference: 73099D-03
  • Keyword:  british politics labour history women history suffrage pankhurst protest co-operative
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Weekly Notes for Speakers, 1931

  • Contributor: London School of Economics and Political Science
  • Reference: 73099D-04
  • Keyword:  british politics labour history women history suffrage pankhurst protest co-operative
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