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Class and politics : New South Wales, Victoria and the early Commonwealth, 1890-1910

Rickard, John David


What has class to do with Australia - the working man{u2019}s paradise, the egalitarian society, where mate is as good as master? Dr Rickard shows that class is more relevant than most Australians would care to believe. The period 1890-1910 is a critical one in Australian history. In 1890 Australia was little more than a collection of provincially minded colonies; by 1910 it was a nation, poised to prove the fact in a European war. Those twenty years saw the emergence of the labor party and of...[Show more]

CollectionsANU Press (1965-Present)
Date published: 1976
Type: Book
Access Rights: Open Access


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