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Bibliography of Anarchism & Syndicalism
in Australia & Aotearoa / New Zealand

by Michael Vaux

This is by necessity a work in progress, part of a wider ongoing project on a bibliography on anarchism. Later versions will include sections on pamphlets and serials, as well as a larger section on the influence of anarchist thought in and on Australian culture and society.

Michael Vaux - March 2000

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Anarchism in Australia - articles.

V. Burgmann; "One hundred years of anarchism", Arena, no. 74, (1986) pp. 104-114.

V. Burgmann; "Racism, socialism and the labour movement, 1887-1917", Labour History, no. 47, (November 1984) pp. 39-54.

L.G. Churchward; "The American influence on the Australian labour movement’, Historical Studies, 5, (November 1952) pp. 258-277.

G. Cresciani; "Proletarian migrants: fascism and Italian anarchists in Australia", Australian Quarterly, 51, (March 1979) pp. 4-19.

J. Englart; "A short history of recent Sydney anarchism", Freedom (London), 43, (12/6/1982) pp. 12-15 {part 1} & (26/6/1982) pp. 12-15 {part 2}.

D. Faber; "Recalling an ‘imigre’: oral sources and the biography of Francesco Fantin", Word Of Mouth, no. 17, (June 1989) pp. 23-27.

A. Giles-Peters; "History of anarchism in Australia", Black Light, no. 1, (1970) pp. 26-30.

B. James; "Authoritarianism and the Australian labour movement: a personal view", Australian Studies, no. 17, (April 1992) pp. 50-57.

B. James; "Benefit societies and Freemasons in Australian history", Illawarra Unity, Vol. 1 no. 3, (1998) pp. 5-21.

B. James; "Larry Petrie, revolutionist", Red And Black, no. 8, (Summer 1978) pp. 19-31.

B. James; "Latter-day witches: anarchists in Australia, 1886-1986", Raven (London), no. 1, (1986) pp. 69-76, and also published in: Age Monthly Review, -, (December 1986) pp. 26-28.

‘Libertarian Workers For A Self-Managed Society’; "Towards an anarchist society: ‘Libertarian Workers For A Self-Managed Society’ positions and activities, 1993", Anarchist Age Monthly Review, no. 29, (May 1993) pp. 19-25.

T.F. Macdonald; "The Australian and New Zealand labor movements", Mother Earth (US), 2, (November 1907) pp. 405-410.

B. Mansfield; "The socialism of William Morris in England and in Australia", Historical Studies, 7, (November 1956) pp. 271-290.

A. Markus; " ‘A White Australia’: socialists and anarchists", Arena, no. 32/33, (1973) pp. 80-90.

S. McVeigh; "Making space on the Net: the underworld of art and anarchy", Australian Net Guide, no. 4, (June 1996) pp. 62-66.

S. Merrifield; "John Arthur Andrews", Recorder, no. 6, (May 1965) pp. 1-4, & 2, (October 1965) pp. 11-14.

S. Merrifield; " ‘Knights Of Labor’ ", Recorder, 2, (April 1967) pp. 1-7.

S. Merrifield; "May Day in Melbourne", Recorder, 2 (April 1966) pp. 8-12.

S. Merrifield; "The Melbourne Anarchist Club, 1886-1891", Labour History, no. 3, (November 1962) pp. 32-43.

P. Nursey-Bray; "Anti-fascism and internment: the case of Francesco Fantin", Journal Of The Historical Society Of South Australia, no. 17, (1989) pp. 88-111, also published as: "Francesco Fantin: internment and anti-fascism in Australia", Studi Emigrazione (Italy), 26, (June 1989) pp. 221-246.

P.J. O’Farrell; "The Australian Socialist League and the labour movement, 1887-1891", Historical Studies, 8, (May 1958) pp. 152-162.

J.N. Rawling; "Figures of the past: agitators of half a century ago", Communist Review, 4, (July 1937) pp. 51-56.

N. Segal; "Who and what was Siebenhaar? A note on the life and persecution of a Western Australian anarchist", Studies In Western Australian History: Occasional Papers, no. 1, (1988) pp. 1-20.

G. Serle; "The ‘Melbourne Unemployment Movement’ of 1890", Recorder, no. 70, (June 1974) pp. 7-11.

A.C. Wilson; "Anarchists organize", Arena, no. 37, (1975) pp. 42-46.

S. Wright; "Left communism in Australia: J.A. Dawson and the ‘Southern Advocate For Worker’s Councils’ ", Thesis Eleven, no. 1, (1980) pp. 43-77.

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Anarchism in Australia - book-sections.

P. Avrich; "An Australian anarchist: J.W. Fleming", in his ‘Anarchist Portraits’, (Princeton, NJ.: Princeton University Press, 1988) pp. 260-268.

G. Brown; "The theoreticians", in his ‘My Descent From Soapbox To Senate’, (Sydney: George Brown, 1953) pp. 108-118.

V. Burgmann, "The mightier pen: W.R. Winspear", in E.C. Fry(editor), ‘Rebels And Radicals’, (Sydney: Allen And Unwin, 1982) pp. 163-177.

G. Cresciani; "Italian anti-fascism in Australia, 1922-1945", in E.L. Wheelwright & K. Buckley (editors), ‘Essays In The Political Economy Of Australian Capitalism: Volume 3’, (Sydney: Australian And New Zealand Book Company, 1979) pp. 86-101.

G. Cresciani; A section on Italian immigrant anarchists and anti-fascism in Australia, in his ‘Fascism, Anti-Fascism And Italian Immigrants In Australia’, (Canberra: Australian National University Press, 1979) pp. 97-115.

P. Ford; " ‘To free the world of anarchy’ ", in his ‘Cardinal Moran And The A.L.P.’, (Melbourne: Melbourne University Press, 1966) pp. 169-173.

W.M. Hughes; "Adolf the anarchist", in his ‘Crusts And Crusades’, (Sydney: Angus And Robertson, 1948) pp. 155-160.

B. James, "Labour banners: what can they tell us?", in J.E. Martin & K. Taylor (editors), ‘Culture And The Labour Movement: essays in Australian and New Zealand labour history’, (Auckland: Dunmore Press, 1991) pp. 225-243.

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Anarchism in Australia — Books.

J.A. Andrews (edited by B. James); ‘What Is Communism?’ And Other Anarchist Essays (Canberra: Backyard Press, 1984).

V. Burgmann; ‘In Our Time’: socialism and the rise of labor, 1885-1905 (Sydney: Allen And Unwin, 1985).

B. James; Anarchism And State Violence In Sydney And In Melbourne, 1886-1896: an argument about Australian labor history (Newcastle East: Bob James, 1986) (First two chapters only)

B. James (editor); Anarchism In Australia, An Anthology: prepared for the Australian Anarchist Centennial Celebration, Melbourne, 1-4 May 1986 (Newcastle East: Bob James, 1986).

B. James (editor); A Reader Of Australian Anarchism, 1886-1896 (Canberra: Canberra Press, 1980).

‘Practical Hooligan Publications’ (editors); How To Make Trouble And Influence People: Australasian pranks, hoaxes and practical mischief making (Brunswick Lower: SCAM Publications, 1996).

‘The Question Mark Collective’ (editors); How To Stop Whining And Start Living: how to make trouble and influence people, part 2 (Brunswick Lower: SCAM Publications, 1998).

J. Toscano and others (editors); "Anarchy Is Order, Government Is Chaos": Australian Anarchist Centenary Celebration Documentation Group, 1st-4th May 1986, Volume One (Melbourne: Australian Anarchist Centenary Celebration Documentation Group, 1986), which includes the following items indexed seperately here:

  • B. James, "A lot to celebrate", pp. 32-35
  • B. James, "The importance of May Day to Australian anarchists", pp. 38-43
  • "May Day procession ...", pp. 60-93
  • "Displays, banners and posters", pp. 95-102
  • "Anarchist Film Festival", pp. 111-142
  • "Mass media newspaper reports", pp. 148-157

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Anarchism in Australia - Dissertations.

V. Burgmann; "Revolutionaries and racists: Australian socialism and the problem of racism, 1887-1917", Ph.D., Australian National University, 1980.

B. James; "Anarchism and political violence in Sydney and Melbourne, 1886-1896", M.A., La Trobe University, 1984.

S. Lazarus-Eastop; "Contemporary Australian anarchism: the Melbourne Anarchist Centre", B.A., Melbourne University, 1983.

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Anarchism in Australia: social and cultural influence.

N.B. Albinski; "New arcadias: cooperative movements of the Nineties, as shown in literature of the period", Margin, no. 15, (1985) pp. 19-24.

N.B. Albinski; "Visions of the 'nineties' ", Journal Of Australian Studies, no. 20, (May 1987) pp. 12-22.

D. Anderson; Review of Coombs (1996), Voices (Canberra), 7, (Autumn 1997) pp. 121-125.

H. Anderson; " 'Song Of Anarchy' ", in his 'Poet Militant: Bernard O'Dowd', (Boston: Twayne, & Melbourne: Hill Of Content, 1968) pp. 24-34.

A. Ashbolt; "Cultural and radical politics", Arena, no. 63, (1983) pp. 53-60.

W. Bacon; "From P.L.C. to 'Thor' ", in J. De Lissa (editor), 'Uni-Sex', (Dee Why: Eclipse Publications, 1972) pp. 43-65.

A.J. Baker; "Sydney Libertarianism: a critical comment", Politics (Australia), 8, (November 1973) pp. 364-366.

D. Balzidis; "James McAuley's radical ingredients", Meanjin Quarterly, Vol. 39 no. 1, (1980) pp. 374-382.

D. Balzidis; "Sydney intellectual radicalism, 1935-1945: a quest for intellectual anchorage", M.A., Sydney University, Australia, 1980.

L.M. Barwick; "Same tunes, different voices: contemporary use of traditional models in the Italian Folk Ensemble's 'Ballata Grande Per Francesco Fantin' ", Musicology Australia, no. 14, (1991) pp. 47-67.

A. Coombs; "The life and death of the Sydney Push", Sydney Papers, 8, (Winter 1996) pp. 122- 129.

A. Coombs; "Pushy women: the Sydney Push", Independent Monthly, 5, (April 1994) pp. 50- 56.

A. Coombs; Sex And Anarchy: the life and death of the Sydney Push (Ringwood: Viking Penguin, 1996).

J. Docker; "The fifties debacle", in his 'Australian Cultural Elites', (Sydney: Angus and robertson, 1974) pp. 144-155.

J. Docker; "Sydney intellectual history and Sydney Libertarianism", Politics (Australia), 7, (May 1972) pp. 40-47.

L. Fox; "Henry Lawson and Ragnar Redbeard", Overland, no. 38, (March 1968) pp. 31-34.

C. Gibson; "Subversive sites: rave culture, spatial politics and the Internet in Sydney, Australia", Area, 31, (March 1999) pp. 19-33.

R. Haese; "Liberalism and anarchism: art criticism and intellectual life, 1940-1946", in his 'Rebels And Precursors: the revolutionary years of australian art', (Ringwood: Penguin Books, 1988) pp. 94-123. [Originally 1981]

D. Horne; "Summer of an anarchist", in his ‘The Education Of Young Donald’, (Ringwood: Penguin Books, 1988) pp. 233-244, [Originally 1967] and also in his:

‘An Interrupted Life’, (Pymble: Harper Collins, 1998) pp. 254-267.

A. Kaighin; " 'The discipline of indiscipline': libertarianism and the 'New Class' ", U.T.S. Review, 2, (May 1996) pp. 88-118.

T. McMullen; "An anarchist dictator", Hermes, no. 59, (1962) pp. 29-33.

S. Merrifield; "Bernard Patrick O'Dowd", Recorder, 2, (April 1966) pp. 1-7.

W.J. Metcalf; "Anarchy and bureaucracy within the alternative lifestyle movement: or, Weber vs. Kropotkin at Nimbin’, Social Alternatives, 6, (November 1987) pp. 47-51.

T. Moore; "Romancing the city - Australia’s Bohemian tradition", Journal Of Australian Studies, no. 57, (June 1998) pp. 172-183, & no. 58, (September 1998) pp. 56-65.

E. Morrisby; "Harry Hooton: the Mahootma", Quadrant, 37, (March 1993) pp. 57-59.

V. Palmer and others; "Comments on 'The Unbending' ", Meanjin, 13, (Spring 1954) pp. 457- 460.

L. Parsons; "The quest for Lesbia Harford", B.A., Melbourne University, 1976.

G. St John; "Going feral: authentica on the edge of Australian culture", Australian Journal Of Anthropology, 8, (August 1997) pp. 167-190.

Various authors; "The rebellion of words", in F. Moorhouse (editor), 'Days Of Wine And Rage', (Ringwood: Penguin, 1980) pp. 1-28.

P. White; "Sydney Libertarianism: a history and critique", B.Ec., Sydney University, 1980.

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IWW in Australia: Articles.

G. Adler; "The IWW and the fight against imperialist war", Socialist Worker, 1, (Winter 1978) pp. 40-45.

M. Armstrong; "Australia 1917: from world war to class war", Socialist Review, no. 4, (Winter 1991) pp. 97-111.

M. Armstrong; "The IWW in Australia", Socialist Review, no. 2, (June 1990) pp. 65-84.

T. Audley; "A short history of the W.I.I.U.", Recorder, 3, (February 1968) pp. 2-6.

B. Beattie; "Memories of the IWW", Labour History, no. 13, (November 1967) pp. 33-39.

I. Bedford; "The IWW", Libertarian, no. 2, (September 1958) pp. 7-10.

I. Bedford; "The IWW", Labour History, no. 13, (November 1967) pp. 40-46.

V. Burgmann; "Antipodean peculiarities: comparing the Australian IWW with the American", Labor History, 40, (August 1999) pp. 371-392.

V. Burgmann; "Directing the action: the IWW in Australia", International Socialist, no. 9, (1981) pp. 16-24.

F.M. Cain; "The IWW: aspects of its suppression in Australia, 1916-1919", Labour History, no. 42, (May 1982) pp. 54-62.

F.M. Cain; "Opposition to the Great War in New South Wales: the case of the IWW", Royal Australian Historical Society: Journal, 74, (December 1988) pp. 201-212.

P.S. Cleary; "The ‘One Big Union’ ", Austral Light, 28, (March 1919) pp. 125-137.

R. Coates; "A note on the IWW", Labour History, no. 6, (May 1964) pp. 25-28.

J. De Meyrick; "In search of the Wobblies", Hummer, no. 18, (September 1987) pp. 10-12.

R. Evans; "A bad time for balalaikas: Australia’s first Red Scare, 1918-1920", History Teacher, no. 39, (October 1986) pp. 10-17.

R. Evans; "The battles of Brisbane: the conscription struggle, 1916-1917", World Review, 25, (September 1986) pp. 20-34.

R. Evans; "Radical departures: Paul Freeman and political deportations from Australia following World War One", Labour History, no. 57, (November 1989) pp. 16-26.

R. Evans; "Some furious outbursts of riot: returned soldiers and Queensland’s ‘Red Flag’ disturbances", War And Society, 3, (September 1985) pp. 75-98.

M. Fienberg; "The IWW", Recorder, no. 74, (February 1975) pp. 9-14.

M. Haley; "The IWW and conscription", Meanjin, 14, (Winter 1955) pp. 268-270.

N. Jeffrey; "The writings of Norman Jeffrey: union radical and pioneer people’s historian", Sydney Labour History Monograph Series, no. 1, (1989) pp. 1-47.

H.H. Lusk; "The Australian strike for national control", Bellman (US), 24, (22/6/1918) pp. 685- 689.

M. McGuire; "The IWW in Australia", Red And Black, no. 8, (Summer 1978) pp. 32-35.

S. Merrifield; "The IWW", Recorder, no. 47, (August 1970) pp. 9-12, & no. 48, (October 1970) pp. 1-7.

S. Merrifield; "Monty Miller", Recorder, 3, (June 1968) pp. 8-10.

S. Merrifield; "Norman Rancie", Recorder, 3, (December 1968) pp. 2-5.

J. Morris; "The Australian labor movement", Industrial Pioneer (US), 1, (April 1921) pp. 40- 44.

J. Murray; "The Kalgoorie Woodline strikes, 1919-1920: a study of conflict within the working class", Studies In Western Australian History, no. 5, (December 1982) pp. 22-37.

P.J. O’Farrell; "The trial of the ‘Sydney Twelve’ ", Quadrant, 16, (January 1972) pp. 52-67.

B. Oliver; " ‘..… for only in the O.B.U. shall workmen’s wrongs be righted’: a study of the ‘One Big Union’ in Western Australia, 1919-1922", Papers In Labour History, no. 5, (April 1990) pp. 1-17.

A. Reeves; "Yours ‘til the war of classes is ended’: O.B.U. organizers on Western Australian gold fields", Labour History, no. 65, (November 1993) pp. 19-53.

E. & L. Ross; "R.S. Ross and the fight against conscription", Communist Review, 3, (October 1936) pp. 43-56.

P.J. Rushton; "The revolutionary ideology of the Industrial Workers of the World in Australia", Historical Studies, 15, (October 1972) pp. 424-446.

P.J. Rushton; "The trial of the Sydney Twelve: the original charge", Labour History, no. 25, (November 1973) pp. 53-57.

M. Saunders; "A note on the ‘Wobblies’: misconceptions and myths about the Industrial Workers Of The World in Australia", Australian Folklore, no. 9, (July 1994) pp. 151-157.

F. Shor; "Masculine power and virile syndicalism: a gendered analysis of the IWW in Australia", Labour History, no. 63, (November 1992) pp. 83-99.

F. Shor; " ‘Virile syndicalism’ in comparative perspective: a gender analysis iof the IWW in the United States and Australia", International Labor And Working Class History, no. 56, (Fall 1999) pp. 65-77.

F. Sinclaire; "An unjust judgement: persecution of the IWW", Fellowship, 3, (December 1916) pp. 43-45.

A. White; "The IWW and the New Guard", Cabbages And Kings, no. 16, (1988) pp. 60-62.

I. Young; "The N.S.W. One Big Union, 1918-1919", Journal Of Industrial Relations, 6, (November 1964) pp. 226-238.

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IWW in Australia - book-sections.

I. Bedford; "The ‘One Big Union’, 1918-1923", in R.N. Spann (editor), ‘Initiative And Organization: Sydney Studies In Politics, no. 3’, (Melbourne: Cheshire, 1963) pp. 5-43.

W.J. Brown; "The formative years: the impact of anarcho-syndicalism", in his ‘The Communist Movement And Australia’, (Haymarket: Australian Labor Movement History Publications, 1986) pp. 17-23.

V. Burgmann; " ‘The Iron Heel’: the suppression of the IWW during World War 1", in ‘Sydney Labour History Group’ (editors), ‘What Rough Beast? The state and social order in Australian history’, (Sydney: Allen And Unwin, 1982) pp. 171-192.

F.M. Cain; "The Industrial Workers of the World in Australia and the U.S.A.: a comparative study of some of the ideas of IWWism", in G. Parsons (editor), ‘The ‘Old Left’ And Australian History: papers of the seminar held at Macquarie University, December 1993’, (Sydney: Macquarie University School Of History, Philosophy and Politics, 1993) pp. ~ (Separate pagination)

F.M. Cain; "The police and the IWW", in his ‘The Origins Of Political Surveillance In Australia’, (Sydney: Angus And Robertson, 1984) pp. 147-161.

E.W. Campbell; "The war exposes the futility of reformism and anarcho-syndicalism", in his ‘History Of The Australian Labour Movement: a Marxist interpretation’, (Sydney: Current Book Publishers, 1945) pp. 61-106.

V.G. Childe; "The work of the IWW in Australia", in his ‘How Labour Governs’, (Melbourne: Melbourne University Press, 1965) pp. 131-150. [Originally 1923]

T. Cutler; "Sunday Bloody Sunday: the Townsville Meatworkers’ strike of 1918-1919", in J. Iremonger and others (editors), ‘Strikes: studies in twentieth century Australian social history’, (Sydney: Angus And Robertson, 1973) pp. 81-102.

J. Damousi; "Women and socialist culture: Industrial Workers Of The World", in her ‘Women Come Rally: socialism, communism and gender in Australia, 1890-1955’, (Melbourne: Oxford University Press, 1994) pp. 41-47.

J.D. Fitzgerald; "The IWW crimes", in his ‘Studies In Australian Crime’, (Sydney: Cornstalk Press, 1924) pp. 144-176.

R. Gollan; "Arbitration or direct action? 1906-1914", in his ‘The Coal Miners Of New South Wales’, (Melbourne: Melbourne University Press, 1963) pp. 114-134.

A. Howell; "The Wobblies", in his ‘Against The Stream: memories of a philosophical anarchist, 1927-1939’, (Melbourne: Hyland House, 1983) pp. 16-29.

J.T. Lang; "The IWW - the judge - and cement", in his ‘I Remember: autobiography’, (Katoomba: McNamara’s Books, 1980) pp. 163-171. [Originally 1955]

E. Lane; "IWW activities", in his ‘Dawn To Dusk: reminiscences of a rebel’, (Brisbane: Shape Publications, 1993) pp. 174-190. [Originally 1939]

J. McNeill; "Industrial Workers of the World", in W. Lowenstein (editor), ‘Weevils In The Flour’, (Melbourne: Hyland House, 1978) pp. 59-63.

E. Ross; "The Peter Bowling strike and its aftermath", in his ‘A History Of The Miners’

Federation Of Australia’, (Sydney: Miners’ Federation Of Australia, 1970) pp. 171-246.

I. Turner; "The IWW Twelve", in his ‘Industrial Labour And Politics’, (Canberra: Australian National University Press, 1985) pp. 122-138. [Originally 1965]

B. Walker; "The IWW", in her ‘Solidarity Forever’, (Melbourne: National Press, 1972) pp. 126-134.

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IWW in Australia - Books

V. Burgmann; Revolutionary Industrial Unionism: the Industrial Workers Of The World in Australia (Melbourne: Cambridge University Press, 1995).

F.M. Cain; The Wobblies At War: a history of the IWW and the Great War in Australia (Melbourne: Spectrum Publications, 1993).

R. Evans; Loyalty And Disloyalty: social conflict on the Queensland home front, 1914-1918 (Sydney: Allen And Unwin, 1987).

R. Evans; The Red Flag Riots (Brisbane: University Of Queensland Press, 1988).

F. Farrell; International Socialism And Australian Labour: the Left in Australia, 1919-1939 (Sydney: Hale And Iremonger, 1981).

J. McNair & T. Poole (editors); Russia And The Fifth Continent (Brisbane: University Of Queensland Press, 1992), with sections:

E. Fried, "The first consul: Peter Simonoff and the formation of the Australian Communist Party", pp. 110-125,

R. Evans, " ‘Agitation, ceaseless agitation’: Russian radicals in Australia and the Red Flag riots", pp. 126-171.

M. Miller (editor V. Williams); Eureka And Beyond: Monty Miller, his own story (Willagee: Lone Hand Press, 1988).

I. Turner; Sydney’s Burning! an Australian political conspiracy (Alpha Books, Australia, 1969). [Originally 1967]

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IWW in Australia - dissertations.

I. Bedford; "The One Big Union, 1918-1923: the last days of revolutionary syndicalism in Australia", B.A., Sydney University, 1961.

A. Birch; " ‘The Wobblies vs the rest’: the Industrial Workers of the World in Australia during the Great War", B.A., University Of Melbourne, 1991.

F.M. Cain; "The origins of political surveillance, 1916-1932: reactions to radicalism during and after the First World War", Ph.D., Monash University, 1979.

R. Evans; "Loyalty and disloyalty: social conflict on the Queensland home front, 1914- 1918", Ph.D., University Of Queensland, 1982.

D.W. Hunt; "A history of the labour movement in north Queensland: trade unionism, politics and industrial conflict, 1900-1920", Ph.D., University Of Queensland, 1979.

M. Karabogias; "Fanning the flames of discontent: the success of the Industrial Workers of the World in Australia", B.A., Australian National University, 1985.

J. Lawrence; "The IWW, guild socialism and the A.L.P.'s socialization objective of 1921", B.A., Sydney University, 1974.

P.J. Rushton; "The Industrial Workers of the World in Sydney, 1913-1917: a study in revolutionary ideology and practice", M.A., Sydney University, 1969.

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Syndicalism and the IWW in Aotearoa / New Zealand - Articles

D.W. Crowley; "An outline history of the New Zealand labour movement, 1894-1913", Historical Studies, 4, (May 1951) pp. 367-372.

J.E. LeRossignol; "The general strike in New Zealand", American Economic Review (US), 4, (June 1914) pp. 293-303.

J.E. LeRossignol; "The origins of syndicalism in New Zealand", University Magazine (Canada), 13, (December 1914) pp. 628-647.

H.H. Lusk; "An experiment in syndicalism", Unpopular Review (US), 2, (July 1914) pp. 29-44.

E. Olssen; "The 'Red Feds' ", New Zealand's Heritage (New Zealand), no. 74, (1973) pp. 2066- 2072.

H.O. Roth; "American influences on the New Zealand labour movement", Historical Studies, 9, (May 1961) pp. 413-420.

W.H. Trigg; "Syndicalism in New Zealand", Quarterly Review (UK), 221, (July 1914) pp. 200- 215.

Syndicalism and the IWW in Aotearoa / New Zealand - Book-sections

E. Olssen; "Industrial defeat and the growth of the IWW", in his 'The 'Red Feds': revolutionary industrial unionism and the New Zealand Federation Of Labour, 1908-1914', (Melbourne & Auckland: Oxford University Press, 1988) pp. 124-134.

E. Olssen; "Some reflections about the origins of the 'Red' Federation Of Labour, 1908-1913", in E.C. Fry (editor), 'Common Cause: essays in Australian and New Zealand labour history', (Sydney: Allen And Unwin, & Auckland: Port Nicholson Press, 1986) pp. 27-41.

L. Richardson; "Syndicalism, communism and recession", in his 'Coal, Class And Community', (Auckland: auckland University Press, 1995) pp. 185-221.

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