The Story of a Peaceful Revolution; Being an Account of the History, Theory, and Practice of the Co-Operative Movement in Great Britain and Ireland (Classic Reprint)
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|Format: ||Paperback, 324 pages|
|Other Information: ||, black & white illustrations|
|Published In: ||United States, 21 June 2016|
Excerpt from Industrial Co-Operation: The Story of a Peaceful Revolution; Being an Account of the History, Theory, and Practice of the Co-Operative Movement in Great Britain and Ireland
Chapter XX. - CO banking and credit banks Discussion ih Congress, 1869 - Thc Establishment of a Banking Department Of the Wholesale Society - The Indus trial Bank - Present Position of the Wholesale Banking Department - Small Savings and Penny Banks - Cooperative Credit Association - Labour Loan Societies - Co-operative Credit Banks - Ratifieisen Banks - Irish Agricultural Banks The Gombeen Man - Curious Methods of Raising Money.
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