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Hale & Iremonger, © 1990. Hardcover, 8¾" x 5½", with dust jacket. Previous owner's stamp blacked-out on three preliminary pages. VERY GOOD book in VERY GOOD unclipped dust jacket. Black cloth-bound boards with gold title to spine, 38 b&w photographs, select bibliography, and index. Melbourne Waterfront was for a long time infamous for its high rate of crime, its inefficient, unjust management, and its employee's uncivilised, insanitary and dangerous working conditions. In this book famed Australian writer Rupert Lockwood answers many questions about this resistance to waterfront reform, a resistance offered by employees, governments and the media. He examines the powers and interests that lay behind the campaigna against union claims for much needed and long overdue restructuring.