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Author Macken, James Joseph, author

Title What is to be done? : the struggle for the soul of the labour movement / Jim Macken
Published Annandale, N.S.W. : Federation Press, 2012


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Description x, 69 pages : illustrations ; 21 cm
regular print
Contents The light on the hill -- Solidarity forever -- Social collapse -- Labor's political response -- The Trade Union response -- Rule from above -- A dialectic of disintegration -- What is to be done? The unions -- What is to be done? The ALP -- Battleground
Summary Jim Mackens latest book is a sequel to 'Between a Death' and 'A Difficult Birth'. Both analyse the effects of the cultural shifts of the late 1960s on the labour movement. 'What is to be Done' takes the debate a step further by suggesting solutions to the decline in membership and support for the trade union movement and the ALP
Analysis ALP
Administrative centralisation
Industrial relations (Australia)
Political parties & ideologies (Australia)
Trade unions
Audience Tertiary/Undergraduate, Postgraduate, General
Subject Australian Labor Party -- Membership.
Labor union members -- Australia.
Labor unions -- Australia.
LC no. 2012452204
ISBN 9781862878785 (paperback)
Other Titles What is to be done? : the struggle for the soul of the labor movement