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The Histadrut [Cover Title]

The Histadrut [Cover Title]

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Jerusalem: Jerusalem Post, 1956. Offprint. 88 pages; 22 cm. About near fine(-) to very good(+), with minor soiling to wraps; else tight and clean within. Paperback.

Uncommon. Cover title. Reprinted from: Jerusalem post supplement of February 17, 1956 ... "in connection with the Eighth General Convention of the Histadrut, opening in Tel Aviv on 21st March." ¶ "The Histadrut, officially known as the General Federation of Labor in Israel, is the largest trade union organization in Israel. Established in 1920 during the British Mandate of Palestine, it played a significant role in the Jewish community and later in Israeli society. The Histadrut was more than just a trade union. It provided a range of social services including health care, education, and housing. It also established and owned a number of businesses and industries, making it a major player in the Israeli economy. The Histadrut's influence has declined since the 1980s due to economic liberalization and privatization, but it still represents a significant portion of Israel's workforce." —Bing. ¶ Labor unions -- Israel. Syndicats -- Israël. Labor unions. Labor -- Israel Working class -- Israel Labor unions -- Israel Named Histadrut ha-kelalit shel ha-ʻovdim ha-ʻIvrim be-Erets-Yiśraʼel. Histadrut ha-kelalit shel ha-ʻovdim ha-ʻIvrim be-Erets-Yiśraʼel. ha-Histadrut ha-kelalit shel ha-ʻovdim be-Erets-Yiśraʼel

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