Railwaywomen: Exploitation, Betrayal and Triumph in the Workplace By Helena Wojtczak

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“Railwaywomen: Exploitation, Betrayal and Triumph in the Workplace” By Helena Wojtczak, tells the story of the progress women have made in the British railway industry, tracing the progress from exploited drudge in the 1830s to steam engine driver by the 20th century, all the while facing many hurdles, including sexism.

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Railwaywomen: Exploitation, Betrayal and Triumph in the Workplace
By Helena Wojtczak

  • Publisher: Hastings Press, 2005
  • Hardcover,
  • ISBN 9781904109044
  • First edition
  • Size:8vo
  • 375 pages

“Railwaywomen: Exploitation, Betrayal and Triumph in the Workplace” By Helena Wojtczak, tells the story of the progress women have made in the British railway industry, tracing the progress from exploited drudge in the 1830s to steam engine driver by the 20th century, all the while facing many hurdles, including sexism.

Condition:
The dustwrapper is clean, bright, and in very good condition,
The binding is tight, and the interior is fresh and in fine condition.
A nice copy.