This pack contains reproduction material from the time, to add relevance to the story of the struggle for Votes for Women. It does not contain any background information to bring the contents to life. It is a dead package.
This is a really well-written book, describing the life a flawed hero speaking from the beginnings of industrialisation and witnessing the very start of the consumer economy, which is all we know today. The clearness of his vision and his ability to describe the times in which he lived are most extraordinary. He is a Churchillian character in many ways and Churchill would have recognised their likeness, as would Ernest Bevin and the very few true British philanthropists who have been willing to get their hands dirty. In a Society which demands no more of us than that we 'take the money and run' (when it is 'on-offer') the moral fibre which guided William Cobbett cannot now be… Read more
I've got ghost images on my printed-pages, now; which I didn't have before. This may be the fault of the printer. It might have happened anyway; I don't know. I won't actually know until I've bought my next cartridge from the printer manufacturer and tried it.