Journal Contents No. 21

Articles

New Zealand Liberalism and Tasmanian Labor, 1891-1916
R. P. Davis
pp. 24-35

The Labor Government in the Second World War: A Memoir
J. J. Dedman
Part I: No. 21, pp. 62-71
Part II: No. 22, pp. 42-56
Part Ill: No. 23, pp. 48-61

The Impact of the First World War on Female Employment in England
Janet McCalman
pp. 36-47

The Federated Ironworkers’ Association in the Depression
John Merritt
pp. 48-61

Factories and Factory Workers in New South Wales, 1788-1900
G. P. Walsh
pp. 1-16

Disciplined Party Voting: A Labor Innovation?
P. M. Weller
pp. 17-23

Notes

Centenary of Labor Council of New South Wales
Bede Nairn
p. 72.

Reviews

Dean Boyce Clarke of the Kindur-Convict, Bushranger, Explorer Melbourne 1970 (Isabel McBryde) pp. 81-2.

Willy Brandt In Exile: Essays Reflections and Letters1933-1947 London 1971 (Germanus Pause) p. 83.

T. A. Coghlan Labour and Industry in Australia, Vol. I-IV Melbourne 1969 reprint (J. Hagan) pp. 78-80.

Richard Hyman The Workers’ Union Oxford 1971 (Graeme Osborne) pp. 76-8.

D. J., et al. Murphy Prelude to Power: The Rise of the Labour Party in Queensland, 1885-1915 Brisbane 1970 (John Merritt) p. 78.

John Ritchic Punishment and Profit Melbourne 1970 (Bede Nairn) pp. 80-1.