Barrier bulwark: the life and times of Shorty O'Neil
The story of the President of the Barrier Industrial Council at Broken Hill. O'Neil spent 50 years as a miner and a unionist and during that time had a great influence on the community surrounding him. The author is a lecturer at Monash University and has written several books on economics and industrial relations.
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