'Wages, welfare and arbitration': Were the Penrhyn Quarry workers able to express their agency in response to methods of control exerted by English management and ownership pre-unionisation c. 1842-1874?

Tonks, Andrew (2019). 'Wages, welfare and arbitration': Were the Penrhyn Quarry workers able to express their agency in response to methods of control exerted by English management and ownership pre-unionisation c. 1842-1874? Student dissertation for The Open University module A329 The making of Welsh history.

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