Richardson, Leonard Edward
This thesis examines both the response of the Wollongong
labour movement to the depression of the 1930s, and the
influence of the depression experience upon the movement's
organisation 3ttitudes and actions in the years 1928-39.
Accordingly, conclusions have been drawn about the
relationship between working and living conditions and the
changing political and industrial demands of Wollongong
workers. Even so, the thesis does not purport to be either a
social history of Wollongong...[Show more]
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