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The Spectator at war: Labour problems

From ‘Labour Problems and the War’, The Spectator, 13 February 1915:

The ultimate object of all Trade Union regulations is to improve the pecuniary position of the wage-earner. How far that object is attained by Trade Union methods is a matter of very keen controversy. There are economists, like the late Mr.

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