H.E. Holland and the labour movement in Australia and New Zealand : with special emphasis on the activity of militant socialists
Henry Edmund Holland died in 1933, two years before the first Labour Government was elected in New Zealand. He had been leader of the Parliamentary Labour Party since 1919, during fifteen years of development in which that party had grown from a representation of four to a position verging on government power. Holland had come from Australia in 1912. There, since the 1890s, he had been prominent in the militant socialist movement. This thesis is concerned with the development of H.E. Holland...[Show more]
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