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Short history of the Australian labor movement / Brian Fitzpatrick ; with an introduction by Ian Turner
Bib ID 1572936
Format BookBook
Author
Fitzpatrick, Brian, 1905-1965
 
Edition [2nd ed.] 
Description [South Melbourne] : Macmillan of Australia, [1968] 
256 p. ; 19 cm. 
Notes

Reissue of 1944 ed.

Bibliography: p. 54-59.

Subjects Australian Labor Party.  |  Labor movement -- Australia -- History.  |  Labor unions -- Australia -- History.

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