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Breadwinning: New Zealand Women And the State by Melanie Nolan

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This Book Charts The Relationship Between Women And The State From The 1890s To The 1980s. Through An Examination Of Education Policies, Labour Legislation, Welfare Measures And Equal-pay Campaigns, Melanie Nolan Examines The Issues Aroused By Women's Work, Which Encompass Both Public And Private Worlds. Woman's Work And Destiny And The New Zealand State -- Protective Labour Legislation -- Widows And Grass Widows -- The Domestic Education Debate -- The Family Allowance -- Unemployment And Single Women -- Married Women Workers -- Equal Pay -- Domestic Purposes Benefits -- Unresolved Debates? Melanie Nolan. Includes Bibliographical References (p. 359-378) And Index. This 2000 Canterbury University Press Paperback is in Very Good condition.

ISBN: 9780908812974 SKU: 1308974 Note: Any image shown is from a stock photo and is not the actual book.