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A short history of the Australian labor movement / by Brian Fitzpatrick
Bib ID 597682
Format BookBook
Author
Fitzpatrick, Brian, 1905-1965
 
Edition New enl. ed. 
Description Melbourne : Rawson's Bookshop, 1944 
221 p. ; 18 cm. 
Notes

"First published in November, 1940".

Library's Whelan copy inscribed and signed by the author in ink, "With the Author's Appreciation of your half-century's work for Labour since those 1891 rebel songs of youth in the Brisbane Worker. Brian Fitzpatrick"; also inscribed E.J. Brady Mallacoota 15.ix.1944 with margin notes throughout.

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

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