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Max Graham and Jim Dombroski : Teachers Federation activists in the Illawarra / Bob Phillips.

Max Graham and Jim Dombroski : Teachers Federation activists in the Illawarra / Bob Phillips.
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Record Number 10819
ISBN 1875699910
Location 331.88 PHI
Author Phillips, Robert S.,1928-2014
Title Max Graham and Jim Dombroski : Teachers Federation activists in the Illawarra / Bob Phillips. [BOOK]
Published Sydney : Bob Phillips in association with NSW Teachers Federation, 2004.
Collation x, 192 p.
General Note From back cover: "During the 1960's and the early 1970's when they were leading members of the Illawarra Teachers Association, Max Graham and Jim Dombroski, became outstanding practitioners of rank and file organising. Occasionally their unconventional campaigns led to disagreements with the Federation's senior officers, some of whom were not comfortable with militant industrial action. But Max and Jim, supported by fellow activists, and overwhelmingly by rank and file teachers, were able to demonstrate that forms of mass action usually associated with blue-collar unionism could also be used effectively by teachers."
Max Graham, Jim Dombroski and Bob Phillips are Life Members of the NSW Teachers Federation.
Topical Term New South Wales Teachers Federation -- History.
Teachers - New South Wales - Political activity
Activism
Added Corporate Name New South Wales Teachers Federation
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