Workers and the War Effort

By: Sutch, W. B.

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Book Condition: Good+ with No dust jacket as issued


2/3" tears at ends of spine. Some foxing. ; 52 pages. Illustrated grey card covers. William Sutch (1907-1975) was a New Zealand economist and left-leaning intellectual, who has also faced allegations of having been recruited as a Soviet spy. [Reference: Wikipedia entry on Bill Sutch, accessed March 2017.] Page dimensions: 180 x 105mm. Chapters include: War Emergency Regulations; Particular Industries Affected; Doubling the Cheese Output; Watersiders Give Concessions; Nowhere Else in the Empire; The Japanese Emergency; Labour Representation on War Councils. [Bibliographical reference: Bagnall S1940]

Title: Workers and the War Effort

Author Name: Sutch, W. B.

Categories: Other,

Edition: First Edition

Publisher: Wellington, The New Zealand Co-Operative Publishing Society: [1942]

Binding: Softcover

Book Condition: Good+ with No dust jacket as issued

Seller ID: 18735

Keywords: New Zealand History