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Articles > 2014 > 29 August > Reviews > Book reviews >

Justice is a jeweller’s best friend

Mike Starkey reads about a campaign for fairtrade jewellery

Making Trouble: Fighting for fair trade jewellery
Greg Valerio
Lion £8.99
(978-0-7459-5603-9)
Church Times Bookshop £8.10 (Use code CT945 )

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