Kin: A Collective Biography of a New Zealand Working-class Family
What can the study of one individual tell us about the many? This book focuses on the issue of variance within the New Zealand working class by examining the life, culture and identity of Jack McCullough, Workers' Representative on the Arbitration Court 1908–1921, and his four siblings – margaret, Jim, Sarah and Frank.
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