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- 1 Work for women? Challenges to the gendering of routine work in the LCC and the Civil Service
- 2 Trying to get equal opportunities: women in the higher grades of the LCC and the Civil Service in the first half of the twentieth century
- 3 ‘Endless arguments about sex and salaries’<sup>1</sup>: the First World War, reconstruction and the campaigns for equal pay, 1914–24
- 4 ‘As a matter of justice’<sup>1</sup>: the equal pay campaigns from 1924 to 1939
- 5 The slow road to victory: the equal pay campaigns from 1939 to 1954
- 6 Lark rise to spinsterhood? Women, the public service and marriage bar policy, 1900–46
- 7 Disabled husbands, deserted wives, working widows: the marriage bar in public servants’ private lives until 1946
- Gender, Rhetoric and Regulation
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