The Introduction focuses upon the book’s key concerns with transnationalism and the connected transnational lives of Mann and Ross. It highlights their transnational, as well as national and international, experiences, attachments and identities. These are set against the general development of labour movements in Britain, Australia and New Zealand. Having introduced the reader to its conceptual and substantive frameworks, the Introduction concludes with a breakdown of the text’s organisation and chapters.
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