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From the martyrs to the masses : pages in the history of trade unionism / by Lloyd Ross and Alex McLagan
Bib ID 744143
Format BookBook
Author
Ross, Lloyd (Lloyd Maxwell), 1901-1987
 
Description Sydney : L. Ross, [1934] 
62p. ; 19cm. 
Subjects Labor unions -- Australia -- History.
Other authors/contributors McLagan, Alex

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