Barbara Drake

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Barbara Drake (October 3 1876July 19 1963) was a member of the Fabian Society, an author, and a trade unionist.


  • Men trade unionists are accused of sex privilege and prejudice … A belief in the divine right of every man to his job is not peculiar to kings and capitalists, and men in organised trades are not disposed to share these advantages with a host of women competitors.
    • Women in Trade Unions (1920)

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