The Co-operative Movement and Communities in Britain, 1914-1960: Minding Their Own Business
This volume reassesses the impact of the co-operative movement on various communities in Britain during the period 1914-1960, providing a comprehensive account of the grass roots influence of co-operatives during war and peace.
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Cooperative Retail Societies and the Community
The Ideology behind the Shop Front
The SocialCultural Milieu of the Cooperative Movement
the Educational Work
Protecting the Consumer
The Cooperative Movement and Political Action
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