The rise and fall of "Marvellous Melbourne", 1880-1895
During the eighteen-eighties Melbourne may be said to have become a ’metropolis'. Its spectacular physical growth was accompanied by changes which brought the structures and institutions of its work-life more closely into line with those of an organized market. In commerce, established merchants faced the challenge of new competitors, methods and values; in manufacturing industry, the old Protectionist alliance of masters and men fell victim to altered industrial conditions;...[Show more]
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