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Trouble at the Mill: Factory Law and the Emergence of Labour Question in Late Nineteenth-Century…

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The colonial administration passed a Factory Act in 1881, producing the first official definition of ‘factory’ in modern Indian history—as a workplace using steam power and regularly employing over 100 workers. In 1891, the Act was amended: factories were…
Mediating Labour: Worldwide Labour Intermediation in the Nineteenth and Twentieth Centuries

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"Focuses on labour intermediaries, the persons or agencies who interceded between employers and workers, for which they received payments and commissions. Their practices played a crucial role in the recruitment of both free and forced labour, and frequently…