Workers" Educational Trade Union Committee administration, finance and structure : [report of a special sub-committee appointed by the Workers" Educational Trade Union Committee in October 1947]. by Workers" Educational Trade Union Committee.

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Published by Workers Educational Trade Union Committee in [London .

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  • Labor unions -- Study and teaching -- Great Britain.

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