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Stick out Keep Left: An Autobiography of Margaret Thorn

Stick out Keep Left: An Autobiography of Margaret Thorn
  

Comprises the memoirs of Margaret Thorn, an ardent New Zealand labour activist. The text includes snapshots of notable people, and others quite unknown, in desperate and jubilant moments.

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ISBN 9781869401436
Barcode 9781869401436
Published 10 January 2011 by Auckland University Press
Format Paperback, illustrated Edition
Author(s) Edited by Locke, Elsie
Edited by Matthews, Jacquie
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ISBN-13 9781869401436
ISBN-10 1869401433
Stock Available
Status Showing available at publisher; usually ships 7-14 working days
Publisher Auckland University Press
Imprint Auckland University Press
Publication Date 10 January 2011
International Publication Date 31 December 1997
Publication Country New Zealand New Zealand
Format Paperback, illustrated Edition
Edition illustrated Edition
Author(s) Edited by Locke, Elsie
Edited by Matthews, Jacquie
Category Politics & Government
Biography & Autobiography
Biography & Autobiography: Historical, Political & Military
Women's Studies
Socialism & Left-Of-Centre Democratic Ideologies
NZ, Maori & Pasifika
New Zealand & Related
Number of Pages 144
Dimensions Width: 160mm
Height: 215mm
Spine: 8mm
Weight 300g
Interest Age General Audience
Reading Age General Audience
Library of Congress Feminists, Biography, Great Britain, Socialists, Women socialists
NBS Text Autobiography: Historical, Political & Military
ONIX Text General/trade;College/higher education;Professional and scholarly
Dewey Code 305.42092
Catalogue Code Not specified

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Margaret and Jim Thorn met in 1914 as ardent Labour activists. They battled through the twenties to the first Labour government in 1935, when Jim became the member for Thames. Throughout Margaret remained her own woman, spurning compromise and conformity.

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