Galbraith, Alexander 1882-1959 : The making of a New Zealand revolutionary, the reminiscences

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Galbraith, Alexander, 1883-1959Nunes, Ray, 1916-1999

Galbraith describes his life as an activist for workers' rights in New Zealand with elements of history describing the emergence of unions and communism in New Zealand. He observes various incidents such as the McLagan incident, the reneging of politicians such as Harry Holland and describes in some detail the RILU conference in Moscow, 1930. A general index is provided up to page 41. Explanatory notes are supplied by Ray Nunes.

Source of title - Provided by Mr R Nunes

Accompanying material - In a letter from Mr Nunes he comments that he coined the title, provided the chapter headings and summaries, and corrections of grammar, spelling and punctuation, and the introduction.

Published by the Workers Party of New Zealand in 1994, edited with an introduction by Ray Nunes

Quantity: 1 folder(s) (99 leaves). 0.02 Linear Metres.

Physical Description: Typescript with annotations (99 leaves, photocopies)

Provenance: Donor/Lender/Vendor - Donated by Mr R Nunes, Auckland, 1995

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1 folder(s) (99 leaves), 0.02 Linear Metres, Autobiographies, Manuscripts, Typescript with annotations (99 leaves, photocopies)
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