The Australian Labor Movement 1850-1907: Historical Documents
Social and political background of the labor movement, goldrushes, eight-hour-day movement, growth of trade unions, strikes of the 1890s, radicalism and socialism and formation of early labor parties, federation, compulsory arbitration, White Australia, protectionism, and defence.
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SOCIAL AND POLITICAL BACKGROUND
Class conflict in Australia F Adams 1893
gress W Westgarth 1857
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