Reformists and revolutionaries : an interpretation of the relations between the Socialists and the mass labor organisations in New South Wales 1919-27, with special reference to Sydney
The opening years in this study of revolutionaries and reformists in New South Wales are extremely unsettled years, marked by widespread strikes, the formation of new radical parties, the strengthening of left-wing influence and authority, and the bitter clash of factions within the mass party, the Australian Labor party, labor's established party since 1890. No one man or clique dominates the movement. Relative to their behaviour in previous periods, the rank and file is active rather...[Show more]
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