|Caption||Labour Problems. While employers were not averse to woman workers because of their low pay and non-union habits, male workers were often prejudiced. In 1872 there was a near riot at a London branch of the Post Office when 40 female employees were taken on. Original artwork for illustration on p18 of Look and Learn issue no 1017 (5 September 1981).|
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|Keywords||labour problems male female Post Office riot employers employees men women exploitation 19th century nineteenth century|
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