The politics of a permeable coalition : the Australian Labor Party 1955-1972
An examination of the structure of the Australian Labor Party, a general view of its history and a knowledge of what others have written about organisations yields hypotheses about the likely influences on decisionmaking by the Federal bodies of the ALP in three specific areas. The thirteen hypotheses relate to various strivings within the party and to a number of possible external influences upon it. The hypotheses are tested in three case studies which concern unity tickets in trade...[Show more]
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