Never a White Flag: The Memoirs of Jock Barnes

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Thomas Bramble
Victoria University Press, Jan 1, 1998 - Labor unions - 256 pages
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Jock Barnes' name was once known by everyone in New Zealand as the leader of the Waterside Workers' Union. His memoirs cover the period from 1935 to the 1951 lockout of watersiders and the destruction of the Union. He writes of the events of those times, and the personalities he knew. Illustrated with historical photographs; includes an introduction by the editor, Tom Bramble.
  

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Contents

Introduction
9
Acknowledgements
29
A Whos Who
37
Onto the Waterfront 193341
50
War on the Waterfront 194145
56
The Short Life of Labours New Order 194647
74
The Mountpark Incident 1948
90
The Cold War Hots Up 194849
104
The Runup to the 51 Lockout 1950
130
The Lockout Begins
156
Support Floods In
171
Both Sides Dig In
189
i1 To the Bitter End and a New Beginning
218
Appendices
241
Messages of Support from Australian and Other
251
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