Labour History No. 76 – May 1999

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Articles

Julia Martínez
Questioning ‘White Australia’: Unionism and ‘Coloured’ Labour, 1911-37

Robert Tierney
Racial Conflicts in the Australian Automotive Industry in the 1950s : Production Line Workers, the Vehicle Builders Employees’ Federation and Shop Floor Organisation

Sue Taffe
Health, the Law and Racism: the Campaign to Amend the Discriminatory Clauses in the Tuberculosis Act

Marjorie Theobald and Donna Dwyer
An Episode in Feminist Politics : The Married Women (Lecturers and Teachers) Act, 1932-47

Graham Willett
‘Proud and Employed’ : The Gay and Lesbian Movement and the Victorian Teachers’ Unions in the 1970s

E.R. Macnamara
White Cards/Black Feathers : the Political Gets Personal – Broken Hill, 1915

Bernie Brian
The Mudginberri Abattoir Dispute of 1985

Erik Eklund
‘Intelligently Directed Welfare Work’?: Labour Management Strategies in Local Context : Port Pirie, 1915–29

HERITAGE REPORT

Frank Bongiorno
The Pumphouse : Peoples History Museum, Manchester

RESEARCH REPORT

Lucy Taksa
Technology, Work, Gender and Citizenship at the Eveleigh Railway Workshops Precinct : an Historical Interpretation of Landscape, Identity and Mobilisation

CONFERENCE REPORT

Julie Kimber
On the Waterfront : Union Gains and Struggles 1890-1998

ADDRESS

Jim Macken
The Great Labour Movement Split in NSW : Inside Stories

REVIEW ARTICLE

Verity Burgmann
The Point of Change and the Health of Labour History