The ALP: A Short History of the Australian Labor Party

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Drummond/Heinemann, 1981 - Australia - 168 pages

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Contents

Beginnings
1
The Great Strikes 18901891
5
Turning the Tables
8
Forming a Caucus
12
Beyond NSW
15
Towards a Federal Labor Party
18
The Watson Government 1904
22
Platform and Objectives
26
In the Wilderness
70
On the Eve 19391941
75
The Curtin Government 19411943
81
The Curtin Government 19431945
88
The Chifley Government 19451946
91
Chifley and the Banks
95
The End of the Chifley Government
99
Labor and the Cold War
105

The Fisher Government 19081909
29
Fisher in Power 19101913
33
To The Last Man
36
The Gathering Storm
40
Tumult and Schism
43
A Time of Division
48
Towards a Socialist Objective
51
Interregnum
55
The Scullin Government 1929
58
The Scullin Government 19301931
62
Lang and Labor
66
The Petrov Affair
111
The Great Split
115
From Evatt to Calwell
121
From Calwell to Whitlam
128
Labor to Power
134
The Whitlam Government 19721974
140
The Whitlam Government 19741975
147
Whitlam to Hayden
155
Select Bibliography
160
Appendix
163
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