The coal lumpers’ strike and the rapid growth of revolutionary socialism

Harry Holland and the early labour movement in Australia and New Zealand – Part 8 Holland and the Socialist Federation immediately threw themselves into four key industrial battles which, over […]

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Are we to be reduced to believing in miracles? – A reflection on the outcome of the New Zealand general election

When the rich and powerful are celebrating their electoral success and workers are tasting defeat, the last thing that is needed is another smug commentator to step forward with their […]

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Why the founding of the Labour Party was a historic advance

 “The first great step of importance for every country newly entering into the [working class] movement is always the constitution of the workers as an independent political party, no matter […]

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