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BIBLIOGRAPHY AND SOURCES
GENERAL AND ECONOMIC
Coghlan, Sir T.A. “Labour and Industry in Australia” (4 vols., Clarendon Press) gives a very impartial view of industrial and political developments up to 1900.
“Australia, Economic and Political Studies,” edited by Atkinson (Macmillan, 1920). Biassed, and not always reliable.
Schachner. “Australien in Politik”. Most careful and illuminating study of conditions up to 1911.
Commonwealth Year Book, issued annually by Government Statistician.
New South Wales Government Year Book; that for 1921 contains a useful summary of the economic development since 1901.
Murphy, H.M. “Wages and Prices in Australia” (Geo. Robertson, Melbourne, 1917).
Wilkinson, H.L. “History of the Trust Movement in Australia” (Critchley Parker, 1914). “State Regulation of Prices” (Melville & Mullin, 1917).
The Australian Worker (Sydney), the Queensland Worker (Brisbane), and the Daily Standard are often quoted for references to conferences, etc.
The Queensland, Victorian and Federal Branches of the A.L.P. and the A.W.U. also issue official reports of their periodical conferences, while official reports of several Trades Union Congresses, the N.S.W. Labour Party Executive and the N.S.W. (Sydney) Labour Council have also been consulted.