The Australian Labor Movement 1850-1907; extracts from contemporary documents, original foreword Manning Clark, foreword to this edition Russel Ward

By: Ebbels, Noel

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Sydney: Australasian Book Society, 1976. 500 g; XII, 258 pages, last three pages blank, includes index. Original decorated dust jacket. Bumping to the corners of the boards, rubbing of the head of the back strip section and the top edge of the dust jacket. Slight darkening of the top and front edges of the text block. Digital image can be provided upon request.. Second Printing. Black Papered Boards. Good/Good. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall. Australia -- Political History.

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