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Industrial Relations

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Divided Labours : An Evolutionary View of Women at Work (Darwinism Today series), Browne, Kingsley
1 Browne, Kingsley Divided Labours : An Evolutionary View of Women at Work (Darwinism Today series)
London Weidenfeld & Nicolson 1998 0297841408 / 9780297841401 First Hard Cover Fine Near Fine 12mo 
70 pp. Extremely light edgewear to unclipped dustjacket. All else as new. "Women care less about money, status and power than do men -- consistent with evolutionary theory, biological fact and psychological data." [oh, dear] The book is small and light; within Australia postage will be lowered to $3.00 upon receipt of order. 
Price: 12.00 AUD
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Sugar Heaven (Series: Vulgar working classics), Devanny, Jean
2 Devanny, Jean Sugar Heaven (Series: Vulgar working classics)
Melbourne The Vulgar Press 2002 0958079404 / 9780958079402 Reprint Paperback Very Good Small Octavo 
283 pp. A few shallow scuffs to illustrated covers. Faint yellowing to edges of text block. Faint publisher's stamp "Rejected copy, not for sale under copyright". Internally as new. Includes Introduction and essays by Nicole Moore, Carole Ferrier, Amanda Lohrey. Critical Bibliography. "A new scholarly introduction." 
Price: 35.00 AUD
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Images of Labor (A Bread and Roses Book.), Foner, Moe (Editor) Introduction by Irving Howe. Preface by Joan Mondale
3 Foner, Moe (Editor) Introduction by Irving Howe. Preface by Joan Mondale Images of Labor (A Bread and Roses Book.)
New York Pilgrim Press 1981 0829804528 / 9780829804522 First Paperback Good Quarto 
94 pp. Light general and edgewear to illustrated covers. Corners a little curled. Internally unmarked; solidly bound. Artworks in colour from 32 artists relating to the US labor movement. Each artwork is accompanied by a quote from a prominent member of the labor movement. Includes sources of the quotes and notes on the works. "The true voices of working men and women -- the backbone of our society -- and the art inspired by their daily work are fused in an eloquent and profoundly moving way in this terribly important book." -- Studs Terkel 
Price: 15.00 AUD
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4 Hill, John From Subservience to Strike: Industrial Relations in the Banking Industry
St Lucia, Qld, Australia University of Queensland Press 1983 0702218340 / 9780702218347 Reprint Paperback Very Good+ 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall 
x, 296 pp. Very slight edgewear. Interior as new. History of the Australian Bank Employees' Union between 1919 and 1973. 
Price: 16.00 AUD
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5 Searle, Chris, editor Bricklight: Poems from the Labour Movement in East London
London Pluto Press 1980 0861043324 / 9780861043323 First Paperback Good Octavo 
247 pp. Very light general and edgewear to illustrated wraps. Spine sunned but uncreased. Edges of text block a little scuffed. Gift inscr. to inside front cover. Paperclip dents to upper edge of cover and first few pages. Inked "X" beside one poem, otherwise internally unmarked and solidly bound. 
Price: 16.00 AUD
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Never the Same Again: Women and the Miners' Strike, 1984-85, Stead, Jean
6 Stead, Jean Never the Same Again: Women and the Miners' Strike, 1984-85
London Women's Press 1987 0704339838 / 9780704339835 First Paperback Near Fine Octavo 
177 pp. Extremely light edgewear to illustrated covers. Creases to upper edges of two or three pages. All else as new. "From the first, the women saw the issues in the light of the long-term effects of pit closures on their own communities; and on the fuel policies of the nation at large. And it was their unprecedented intervention that enabled the strike to last longer than any national strike in British history. Their organisation throughout the strike challenged the male exclusiveness of the union, and transformed family relationships throughout the mining villages." 
Price: 16.00 AUD
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