Brothers: Eight Leaders of the Labor Council of New South Wales

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University of New South Wales Press, 2001 - History - 297 pages
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A critical examination of the rise to power of eight men who led the Labor Council between 1946 and 2001. It provides a unique insight into the relationship between the Labor Council and the Labor Party and throws new light on the right-wing faction. Brothers is a controversial study of how these eight men maintained the predominance of the Right in the New South Wales labor movement.

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