Labour and Socialist International


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Labour and Socialist International

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1. (Historical Terms) the Labour and Socialist International the Second International an international association of socialist parties formed in Hamburg in 1923: destroyed by World War II
2. (Government, Politics & Diplomacy) the Labour and Socialist International the Second International an international association of socialist parties formed in Hamburg in 1923: destroyed by World War II
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Swedish authors include Ulla Wikander who examines the international debate on night work for women, Silke Neunsinger who probes the boundaries for women involved in the Labour and Socialist International (LSI), and Pernilla Jonsson who studies the finances of middle-class women's groups in Sweden, England, Germany, and Canada.