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Excerpt from Labour in India: A Study of the Conditions of Indian Women in Modern Industry
India is passing through a time of strain, and it is inevitable that attention should centre on the more obvious causes Of unrest. While this is so, changes that will have great inﬂuence on her future are going on almost unnoticed. Mining areas are being enlarged and new mills are being built. The congestion of thousands Of workers in limited areas is increasing. Many who are alive to the urgency of agricultural and village problems have not realized that in certain localities the industrial development is one side, and not an unimportant side, Of the village problem as that exists to-day. Since the meetings of the Washington Labour Conference in 1919, Indian Labour has been definitely linked up with Inter national Labour. Not only within the boundaries of Hindustan, but throughout the world, its inﬂuence will be felt. Through the gates of modern industry, pioneer groups of outcastes, finding their way to emancipation, take their first steps on the path to self-respect and independence, and their eventual inﬂuence on the future of India will be coloured by their experiences on the journey.
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bound: 292 pages
publisher: Forgotten Books (May 21, 2017)
isbn: 0259856088, 978-0259856085,
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