“A dramatic upsurge in working class struggle, surpassing in magnitude the rise of the Red Feds from 1908 to 1913 and the 1951 Waterfront Lockout, took place in New Zealand from the Arbitration Court’s nil general wage order in June 1968 to the union movement’s defeat of the Muldoon Government’s attempted wage freeze in 1976.
The pamphlet describes and analyses these struggles and their impact on progressive social movements, particularly the anti-war, women’s liberation, and Maori protest movements.”
This pamphlet, about the strike wave and protest movements of the late 1960s and 1970s, is a useful resource for activists today. It is written by Brian Roper, a founding member of the International Socialist Organisation. We are committed to producing and distributing quality material that arms activists with the knowledge we need to take into the struggles of the future.
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