April 2014 Bulletin

April 2014 Bulletin

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LHP BULLETIN

no.60, April 2014

Contents

FROM THE SHOP FLOOR

Editorial
Chair’s report

NEWS ROUND-UP

Remembering the murder of Ernie Abbott
A precariat manifesto
Mangere mountain education day
A concert for mineworkers
Labour Graphics from Canada

RECENT AND CURRENT RESEARCH

For the toilers of the sea: Tom Barker’s revolutionary adventures in marine transport
‘The most contented people in the world’ – planning a co-operative colony in Taranaki

FEATURE ARTICLES

‘The sin of cheapness’ – Harriet Morison and the Tailoresses’ Union
‘Birds that have been caged’ – World War One correspondence between James Allen and William Massey
Winging to the left – ‘The Eastern’
A state of exception: implementing ‘lawless law’ in early twentieth century New Zealand

REVIEWS

Worth a second look: Poverty and Public Health
Once We Built a Tower