Women in the trade unions: Vida Goldstein
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Vida Goldstein ran for the Australian Senate in 1903 and although she was not elected, this made her the first woman to nominate for Australian Parliament. Throughout her lifetime, Goldstein campaigned on many social issues including women's franchise, the Queen Victoria women's hosptial, peace, birth control and naturalisation laws.
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