November 1962
Bulletin of the Australian Society for the Study of Labour Histo;Nov1962, Issue 3, p76
Academic Journal
The article presents a section of the journal intended to be used as a source for readers for the exchange of information, discussion, and opinion on Australian labor history. Bruce Nield requests source material and information on the caucus system in Australia. Nield expresses particular interest in exploring the differences between the Australian Labor Party and the British Labour Party.


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