Revolutionaries and racists : Australian socialism and the problem of racism, 1887-1917
"Workers of the World, Unite.’" was the advice from Marx that his followers in Australia in the period 1887 to 1917 found most difficult to I fc. apply .^operating in a wider labour movement that enthusiastically endorsed the ruling racial ideas of the age, the experience of Australian socialism provides a vivid illustration of the complexities of the interaction between socialist groups and the working class they are seeking to influence. The relationship between ’the party’ and 'the...[Show more]
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