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    Harry Bridges’ American longshoremen and New Zealand wharfies are following the lead of Australian wharfies and Indonesian seamen in refusing to handle ships likely to be used by ...

    Article : 730 words
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    NSW WATERSIDE WORKERS in 1938 won world admiration for their refusal to load scrap-iron for use by the Jap war-mongers. To-day they are still in the vanguard of the fight against those who hate and fear Democracy. A Sydney waterside worker, Allan Murray, chalks up outside the Sydney Waterside Employment Centre the slogan: “1938, ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 20 words
  5. Police Failed To Smash 3,000-Strong City Protest

    McKell Government police forcibly attempted to break up a peaceful demonstration of over 3000 people who had gathered at Wynyard Park to support Indonesian freedom. WHEN the Treasurer of the ...

    Article : 785 words
  6. Car Firms’ “Strike”

    LONDON.—Big British firms like Austin and Morris Motors refuse to take over Government factories in the Birmingham area, because the ...

    Article : 40 words



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