Great Britain after the War, by Sidney Webb and Arnold Freeman

Great Britain after the War, by Sidney Webb and Arnold Freeman
Published by George Allen and Unwin in 1916.

Booklet, c.14cm by 21cm, 80 pages. (S8295BKWSO)

From the front cover: Being Facts and Figures, Quotations and Queries, Suggestions and Forecasts, designed to help individual inquirers and study circles in considering what will happen after the War with regard· to Trade, Employment, Wages, Prices, Trade Unionism, Co-opera­tion, Women's Labour, Foreign Commerce, the Railways, the Coal Supply, Education, Taxation, etc. Contents include:

The Disbandment of the Army 
What will happen to Trade? 
What will happen ito Prices? 
What will happen to Wages? 
What will happen to Trade Unionism? 
What will happen to Women in Industry? 
How shall we reorgamse our Foreign Trade? 
How shall we reorganise our Manufacturing Production ? 
How shall we reorganise our Railways? .... 
How shall we reorganise our Coal Supply? 
Can we obtain a Revolution in our Educational System? 
Can we Pay our Way? 

The condition of the booklet is generally a little poor. The cover has several scuffs, blemishes and creases, and wear along the edges and corners. There is rusting around the staples and splitting along the outside spine. Inside, all pages are intact and bound, although there is yellowing and foxing throughout.