A Life's Work

TitleA Life's Work
Publication TypeBook
Year of Publication1948
AuthorsBondfield, Margaret
Number of Pages368
PublisherHutchinson
CityLondon
Abstract

This volume is the autobiography of Margaret Bondfield (1873-1953), a trade-union leader and the first woman to attain Cabinet rank in Great Britain. Prior to the Great War, the author was chairperson of the Adult Suffrage Society, and during the war, she joined the Union of Democratic Control that opposed the use of war as an instrument of national policy. She was also a member of the Women's Peace Council.

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