The Workers' Paradise?: Robert Schachner's Letters from Australia 1906-1907
Contains the letters of a German professor of political economy who studied Australia's labour movement first hand by working as a shearing rousebout, a gold miner, a factory labourer and a coal miner. Includes an afterword by the author's son, appendices, supplementary notes and a bibliography.
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