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A Force to be Reckoned With: A History of the Women's Institute by Jane Robinson

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A Force to be Reckoned With: A History of the Women's Institute by Jane Robinson

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* A fascinating book celebrating the 'the most important body formed during the twentieth century' - the Women's Institute

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Everyone knows three things about the Women's Institute: that they spent the war making jam; the sensational Calendar Girls were WI; and, more recently, that slow-handclapping of Tony Blair. 215,000 women in the UK belong to the WI. Their membership crosses class and has recently begun to recruit huge numbers of young women (eg Shoreditch Sisters (check))/ It was founded in 1915, not by worthy ladies in tweeds but by the feistiest women in the country, including suffragettes, academics and social crusaders who discovered the heady power of sisterhood, changing women's lives and their world in the process. Certainly its members made jam and sang 'Jerusalem', but they did, and do, much more besides. This fascinating book reveals for the first time how they are - and always were - a force to be reckoned with.

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SKU GOR003870702
Title A Force to be Reckoned With: A History of the Women's Institute
Author By (author) Jane Robinson
Contributor No
Condition VERYGOOD
Binding Type Hardback
Publisher Little, Brown Book Group
Year Published 2011
Page Number 304
ISBN 1844086593
ISBN13 9781844086597
Cover Note Book picture is for illustrative purposes only, actual cover or edition may vary.
Prizes No
Edition Text N/A
Note This is a used book - there is no escaping the fact it has been read by someone else and it will show signs of wear and previous use. Overall we expect it to be in very good condition, but if you are not entirely satisfied please get in touch with us.

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