A history of the Amalgamated Engineering Union (Australian Section), 1920-1954
Th first Chapter of his thesis shows that engineers were employed on all sectors of the economy . Within the engineering industry craftsmen retained their predominant position throughout the first half of the century despite the increasing numbers of semi-skilled workers. The A.E.U., in contrast to its British parent union, readily opened its ranks to all newcomers to the industry but was still craftdominated in the 1950 . At the same time the importance of the friendly society aspects of...[Show more]
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