E. P. Thompson's ground-breaking article on the English food riots of the 1700 and 1800s.
See his book, Customs in common, for an interesting follow-up article.
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A short history of the strike, or day off, by 90% of women in Iceland for equality with men on 24 October, 1975, written by Steven Johns.
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