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Mary Macarthur addressing crowd during Women Chainmaker's Strike 1910

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Mary Macarthur of the National Federation of Women Workers addressing the crowd during Women Chainmaker's Strike in Cradley Heath, West Midlands in 1910. The strike was significant in enforcing a national minimum wage for the first time.

"Women are unorganised because they are badly paid and poorly paid because they are unorganised" Mary Macarthur 



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