The Foundation of Labor
Pluto Press, 1990 - Labor movement - 82 pages
Collection of six essays exploring the issues surrounding the formation of the ALP 100 years ago. Contributors, including Bede Nairn, Don Rawson and Ray Markey, write on the Labor Council, the Great Strike and what it means to be Labor.
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