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New Left Review I/31, May-June 1965

D. J.

Factory Time


The following is an account of work in a large Midlands cigarette factory. Its author, d.j., is 31, married and with a baby daughter. He has worked in the same factory for 15 years, apart from two years National Service. ‘I belong to no organizations at all—though perhaps I should,’ he says. This is the first time he has written any thing for publication.

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