2 edition of twenty-first annual Co-operative Congress, 1889 found in the catalog.
twenty-first annual Co-operative Congress, 1889
Co-operative Congress (21st 1889 Ipswich, England)
|Statement||edited by E. V. Neale.|
|Contributions||Neale, Edward Vansittart.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xv, 160p. ;|
|Number of Pages||160|
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House in Manchester was opened in Since the building has also housed the Co-operative College. As well as organising the annual Co-operative Congress, the Co-operative Union has been closely linked with the Co-operative Party, which was founded in The Co-operative Union was re-named Co-operatives UK in Annual Reports of the Secretary of the Interior, GPO, Annual Reports of the Secretary of War, GPO, Annual Reports of the Superintendent of Yellowstone National Park, , GPO, , Appendix to the Journals, Senate and Assembly of California, Sacramento: State.
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This second 1889 book considers various socialist impulses and developments after the collapse of the Owenite movement in Britain. Interventions by some leading Christian Socialists will illuminate one important tendency; publications by O’Brien another less vital strand.
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