Unions in common cause: the New Zealand Federation of Labour 1937–88
Unions in Common Cause is the first detailed study of the history of the New Zealand Federation of Labour (1937-88). Based on a conference held in 2007, this book includes chapters by four of our leading labour historians and contributions by past and present activists. It is richly illustrated. The FOL’s enduring legacy was to create a national voice for workers, a central organisation to represent their collective interests. In bad times, as well as good, that voice has continued to be heard.
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