Social History: London
Newly revised and completely updated, a comprehensive gazetteer of houses of historic interest in London.
A feminist history raising fundamental questions for marxist and feminist historians.
The first detailed study of the educational work of a British co-operative society.
The only guide to focus on London's rebellious history.
Perhaps his most important work, written after passing as an American sailor stranded in the East End in 1902.
The most comprehensive and explicit account of the Cockney language.
The first edition of this fascinating and informative guide to places in London associated with Marx.
An invaluable source of reference tracing the courageous stand of thousands against the First World War.
The only study of radical working-men's clubs.