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What do workers study? An analysis of the content of workers' education in the United States and Great Britain for the years 1920 to 1927 inclusive, with some comparative notes of workers' education in Germany.

Title:What do workers study? An analysis of the content of workers' education in the United States and Great Britain for the years 1920 to 1927 inclusive, with some comparative notes of workers' education in Germany.
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Note:New York, The Workers education bureau press, 1929
  
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Subject:Working class
Subject:Education
Subject:Evening and continuation schools
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