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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||10 January 2011 by Auckland University Press
||Paperback, illustrated Edition
||Edited by Locke, Elsie
Edited by Matthews, Jacquie
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|Library of Congress
||Feminists, Biography, Great Britain, Socialists, Women socialists
||Autobiography: Historical, Political & Military
||General/trade;College/higher education;Professional and scholarly
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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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