Unions in Common Cause edited by Peter Franks and Melanie Nolan review

By Neill Atkinson In Books

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11th February, 2012
Whenever New Zealand historians gather, there is inevitable discussion of various glaring gaps in this country’s historiography – essential areas of study that scholars have allegedly spurned in favour of more fashionable fields. If labour history is seldom counted in this category, it is largely thanks to the tireless work of the late Bert Roth; conferences and publications sponsored by the industrious Trade Union History Project (TUHP ...

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