August 2014 Bulletin

August 2014 Bulletin

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BULLETIN 61 | AUGUST 2014

FROM THE SHOP FLOOR
Editorial

Chair’s report

NEWS ROUND-UP
Raising the Roof: The campaign to save the Runanga Miners’ Hall

No Custard on the Menu: Twenty years of May Day concerts in Palmerston North

Book award finalist

People’s History talk and events series

International section

RECENT AND CURRENT RESEARCH
Strong, silent type

Business & Labour History Group

FEATURE ARTICLES
A Forgotten Hero

Smoke, Mirrors and Spooks: The Watersiders’ Dispute 1951

‘Suing Robert Muldoon and doing time’: From anti-apartheid to Project Waitangi

UNION FAMILY
Jim Ferguson and Jim Turner: Public service union leaders

REVIEWS
“Have you got any stocks, pa?” Some thoughts on Jones’s Boy by “Spokeshave”

Field Punishment No.1: TV Drama Dreams lie deeper: A concert dedicated to the Pike River miners

Masks of Anarchy