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Working men co-operators

Arthur Herbert Dyke Acland

Working men co-operators

an account of the Co-operative Movement in Great - Britain

by Arthur Herbert Dyke Acland

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Published by Co-operative Union in Manchester .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Statementby A.H.D. Acland and B. Jones ; revised by Julia P. Madams.
ContributionsJones, Benjamin., Madams, Julia P.
The Physical Object
Pagination224p.
Number of Pages224
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL21533391M

Holyoake once said that though Owen deserves credit for launching Co-operation, Thompson was its sharpest thinker and most systematic writer. This had very direct effects on authority in the family. It progressed through the centuries much as the Dodo ran the Caucus-Race in Alice in Wonderland: it took a step, stopped, forgot where it was, ran around in a circle, and started all over again. Cloth bevelled, 35s.

Yet one cannot with any certainty recreate the earliest societies from abstractions about existing ones. The vote seemed to be the key. With 56 Fac-simile Coloured Plates, 35s. About half-past four o'clock, a great many members and delegates assembled together, in what they termed " a co-operative tea-party", at the Town Hall, Salford, which was tastefully decorated on this occasion with festoon of flowers.

The advantageous position enjoyed by a Trust will certainly enable its owners at the same time to pay high profits, give high wages, and sell at low prices. He saw the monogamous family as the result of the private ownership of property. Woman has a work of her own to do. We are denied the one thing that might heal us and.


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All their children belonged to him, and if he died, guardianship went to the nearest male relative. Marriage without feeling was prostitution. In the second half of the s, and in the s, workers who had been outside craft organisation started to enter the trade-union movement.

In the mid-nineteenth century most middle class people involved in charity still believed the unequal Working men co-operators book of wealth was justified by the personal failings of the poor and by economic law.

Young children would be cared for communally. He lived to be 94 years old. Men like Broadhurst, who was a prominent trade-union leader, were dubious about women organising in unions. Woman has a work of her own to do. The militant feminist movement was to come out of these constitutional setbacks.

Women told the Commission of that they did not like work in the mines but they needed some Working men co-operators book employment before they could stop going down the pit.

In he added the notes on Preventive Checks to Population. He Working men co-operators book that like monogamy and capitalism it was to be transcended.

The rescuers persisted in seeing the values of their own class as universal and in seeing the state — their state which enforced their class interests — as a neutral body. With 61 Coloured Plates. Although the circumstances of middle-class women improved with the growing power in society of their men, their relationship was one of increasing economic dependence.

The men tended to see protection as a means of eliminating competition. As well, Sharon's perspective is oddly modern; while progressives existed in the s, Sharon reacts less like one of those and more like a 21st-century woman transported back to the Second World War.

The complacency of middle-class men about the prostitution of working-class women was in marked contrast to their concern about the virginity of their own daughters. Inhe had her kidnapped and committed to a mental asylum while he ran for political office, though she was released after three weeks.

This bill meant that any woman who was said to be a prostitute could be forcibly examined and imprisoned if she resisted. Women needed also some recompense for the labour in bearing and rearing children which the wages system could not provide.

Some of them attacked the condescending patronage of upper class philanthropy. I begin with a book written in by a woman, the activist Anna Doyle Wheeler, and a man, an economist named William Thompson.

Instead of being innocent until proved guilty, the women were defined as guilty and had to prove their innocence. Christmas in the Olden Time.

Engels has here substituted a narrow conception of economic relations for a wider definition of material existence. Thompson went on to demand political rights for women. Members would pool the chores of daily life. In proportion as an article belongs to the "necessaries" of life, a rise of price will have a small effect on the purchase of it, as compared with the effect of a similar rise of price on articles which belong to the "comforts" or "luxuries" of life, or which may be readily replaced by some cheaper substitute.“Exactly the message we need to counter the mythology of the ‘rugged individual’” (Bill Moyers, Progressive Reader).

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