Comintern Archive: Australia


Archive at Reason In Revolt
Source Documents of Australian Radicalism

What They are After (cartoon), Brisbane, March 1891. 268K
Freedom on the Wallaby, Henry Lawson May 1891. 49K
Securing Free Labour at Broken Hill (cartoon), The Worker, Sept 3 1891. 246K
Unionism (cartoon), The Worker, February 27 1897. 60K
What is communism. Australian Radical, September 7, 188968K
The New Order, June 23, 1894268K
The kernel of things, J.A. Andrews, The New Order September 189467K
The Worker (Queensland) October 26, 1895215K
The Tocsin, October 2, 1897115K
The Webbs’ Australian diary, Beatrice Webb, 189895K
The Worker, Federating Australasian labour, August 1890282K
New Australia (arrangements for creditors), William Lane, May 20, 189531K
Australasian Knights of Labour, preamble, 1890-93124K
Australasian Knights of Labour, preamble, 1890-9322K
The coming of socialism affirmed, from The Materialist Conception of History, “Dogmatist”290K
The coming of socialism affirmed, from The Materialist Conception of History, “Dogmatist”28K
The Everard letters: the Wakefield Plan367K
Socialism in the light of right conduct and religion, Rev A Gosman, February 18913.2M
Socialism in the light of right conduct and religion, Rev A Gosman, February 1891182K
Hard Cash, Vol 2 No 4, Sydney, September 1893433K
Hard Cash, Vol 2, No 3, Sydney, 1893559K
Hard Cash, Vol 2, No 1, Sydney, July 10, 1893570K
Our Commonwealth, Vol 1, No 1, Adelaide, May 2, 18861.1M
The Pioneer, May 2, 1891, (p 7 only)146K
The Pioneer, May 2, 1891, Our program14K
The Pioneer, August 22, 1891154K
The Pioneer, August 22, 1891, Parliamentary echoes22K
The Pioneer, November 14, 1891131K
The Pioneer, November 2, 1891552K
The Pioneer, April 16, 1892128K
The Pioneer, April 16, 1892, The socialism that is not radical15K
The Pioneer, October 1, 1892135K
The Pioneer, December 24, 1892138K
The Pioneer, December 24, 1892, editorial (final issue)12K
The rights of labour and how to obtain them, A.W. Rayment, an address, 18912.3M
The rights of labour and how to obtain them, A.W. Rayment, an address, 1891 (transcript)154K
What socialism is. South Australian Fabian Society tract204K
What socialism is. South Australian Fabian Society tract (transcript)31K
Master and man, printed by the Hummer office, Wagga Wagga, NSW535K
A Labor Day demonstration. Open-air meeting to be held on the Yarra Bank65K
Australian Society of Women Voters constitution140K
Letter to “Barlow” (in Australia) from Ben Tillett in Kent, November 2, 1899295K
Bernard O’Dowd centenary souvenir, Melbourne Poetry Lovers Society, 1966130K
The Champion, May 23, 1896175K
The Materialist conception of history, author anonymous, introduction by R.S. Ross, January 19102.5M
Letter of resignation from the Socialist Party, sent to Harry H. Champion, president, August 8, 1907117K
Songs of the army of the night, and the mass of Christ, (revolutionary verse) Francis Adams, 19102.0M
J.W Roche, Socialist candidate election flyer, 191321K
The Minority Movement, Jim Higgins, International Socialism No 46, November 19701.1M
Labor Council of NSW appeal for funds for wives of coalminers imprisoned for striking, March 1910122K
Labour Day, its significance, and the life and times of E.J. Holloway, address by Bill Richardson, ACSPA federal secretary, 19791.1M
Letter from Senator Anthony James Joseph St Leger, to R.S. Ross, editor of The Socialist, August 5, 1909130K
From the martyrs to the masses, pages in the history of trade unionism, (chapter four) Lloyd Ross and Alex McLagan, 1934598K
Love, courtship and marriage, a lecture, Bessie Smyth (flyer) c189291K
Women’s Political Education League, president’s address, Rose Scott, November 9, 1904356K
Letter to the Daily Telegraph, Jessie Street, May 18, 1943148K
Equal rights for women, letter to Daily Telegraph, December 19, 1901, Rose Scott183K
Womanhood suffrage, report of a lecture by Rose Scott, July 13, 1892221K
Legislation affecting women and children, Rose Scott, lecture, 1904488K
The state and its woman employees, December 19, 1901142K
The Feminist Club, NSW, charter and rules, c1914224K
Speech by Miss Scott, public meeting, North Sydney, April 2, 1891190K
Women’s Political Educational League of NSW, Why women should vote, Rose Scott, flyer45K
Womanhood suffrage, report of a lecture by Rose Scott, 1900165K
Rothbury, the fiftieth anniversary, 1929-79. NSW Miners Federation, Northern District1.5M
The labour movement, its motives, aims and purposes, Rev William T. Brown, Rochester, New York153K
The trend of the ages and other verses, J.K. McDougall, Labor Call Print, 19221.0M
United Associations of Women, leaflet, c192980K
Letter to Federated Clerks Union re equal pay, Jessie Street, United Associations of Women, 1939166K
United Associations of Women. Women’s home groups, circular91K
Victorian Fabian Society songbook, Race Matthews, ed1.7M
Will you walk into my parlour? AWU railways branch leaflet opposing Stanley Bruce referendum249K
Women and children in distress. Appeal by the Womens and Childrens Wharf Labourers Relief Committee, Melbourne, July 21, 1919106K
To the women voters of South Australia52K
The Worker, seventieth anniversary souvenir5.6M
Thirty-point proposal for a new Australian constitution, Peter Consandine, Republican Party of Australia187K
Case for a referendum on the constitution, Australian Republican Movement, WA78K
Australian ethnicity and multiculturalism, Paul Urban, New Australian Republican Movement235K
Australianism: a new way of life through co-operation, A.J. Fisher c1954602K
Dawning of a republic, Brian Buckley, 1979299K
Australia for the Australians, The Bulletin, July 2, 1887283K
The coming revolution, The Bulletin, August 11, 1888232K
The case for Australia becoming a republic, Peter Consandine, Republican Party Australia & Paul Urban, New Australian Republican Party216K
Eureka, Nathan F. Spielvogel (poem)43K
1854-1954, The Eureka Stockade, R.D. Walshe712K
From state to free state, the meaning of republic in Western Europe and America from Jean Bodin to John Adams, William R. Everdell, 19872.0M
Henry Lawson festival, Grenfell, June 1959139K
Life Digest. Faith in Australia, Charles Stuart Taylor, Vol 9 No 1, April 1946250K
Manifesto of the Republican Party of Australia for the March 24, 1990, federal election537K
Models and options for the Australian republic, George Winterton213K
Philosophical statement, party platform and pledges of the Republican Party of Australia for the December 1, 1984, NSW Senate election482K
Republican Party foreword, Peter Consandine, March 9, 19911.0M
Republican Party of Australia Senate election leaflet, July 11, 198791K
Republican Party of Australia statement of objectives453K
Republican Party of Australia Senate election leaflet, July 11, 1987217K
Republican Party of Australia media releas, July 198758K
What will future Australians believe in? Dr C.E.W. Bean191K
What does patriotism mean? Professor G.V. Portus240K
How shall we develop Australia’s national spirit? Dr Lloyd Ross348K
Sovereignty and land rights, Kevin Tory, National Coalition of Aboriginal Organisations, c1985509K
The Republican, No 22, November 1991103K
The Republican, No 1, January 1987215K
Waratah or wattle? Ambrose Platt, Melbourne 1917 (reprint 1935)143K
Marriage under capitalism, AEA of Roselle, Working Woman, January 193245K
Birth control and the wage earner, H. Scott Bennett, c1917556K
Equal pay for women newspaper reports, Argus, November 22, 1940, Melbourne Herald, November 28, 194075K
Experts discuss equal pay rates, Melbourne Herald, May 11, 1952140K
Give baby a drink, The Dawn Club, November 5, 1889123K
Women’s suffrage, The Dawn, July 1889316K
The Dawn, A journal for Australian women, Vol 1, No 1, May 15, 188890K
The Dawn, Vol 2, No 11, March 5, 1890116K
The Dawn, April 1891125K
The Dawn, May 15, 1888304K
Women’s Service Guilds of WA, state executive, The case for equal pay in Australia381K
Equal pay, equal power, Self-management Group238K
The French pessaire preventif, H. Pye, speech to Victorian Legislative Council, October 23, 1935127K
Jessie Street at launch of Peace or repose204K
Proposed terms for a bill to repeal the married women teachers and lecturers dismissal act, Jessie Street, c1934-3577K
Letter to the Sydney Morning Herald, September 1, 1943, Jessie Street116K
Cheap female labour, Jessie Street, letter to Sydney Morning Herald33K
Feminist reticence, Jessie Street to Edith How Martyn, July 9, 193438K
The Beacon, Vol 1, No 1, May 1, 1893267K
The Beacon, Vol 1, No 11, March 1, 1894283K
The Beacon, Vol 1, No 11, March 1, 1894367K
The Beacon, Vol 1, No 12, April 1, 1894310K
The Beacon, Vol 1, No 2, June 1, 1893264K
The Beacon, Vol 1, No 3, July 1, 1893310K
The Beacon162K
The Beacon, Vol 1, No 6, October 1, 1893305K
The Beacon, Vol 1, No 9, January 1, 1894182K
Debate on the Douglas Social Credit system, C. Barclay Smith versus D.R. Hall, July 10, 1933522K
An outline of social credit, H.M.M.645K
Independence and the community spirit, W. Bottomley, Quest60K
Unity through religion, William Bottomley, Quest, No 32, May-June 1953140K
Will God weary of mankind? William Bottomley, Quest, March-April 195553K
Bernard O’Dowd, In Memoriam, E.M Howard31K
Ourselves and the Aborigines, William Bottomley, Quest, No 55, March-April 195755K
Manifesto of the Democratic Association of Victoria, 1872 (transcript)19K
Prospectus of the Melbourne Anarchist Club, 188617K
Australian Labour Federation platform, 189014K
Australian Socialist League, statement of principles, October 189021K
The People’s Parliamentary Platform, 189013K
The Worker, statement of aims, 189017K
Australian Labour Federation election platform, 189116K
Australian Socialist League constitution and rules, 189222K
Objectives of New Australia, December 189213K
Objectives of New Australia, November 189237K
Parliamentary Labor Party platform, 189317K
Manifesto of the Australian Socialist League to the People of Australia, September 189423K
Manifesto of the parliamentary Labor Party, 1894 (transcript)22K
What we really want, The Worker, December 14, 189518K
Australian Socialist League constitution (amended and adopted), Easter 189832K
Australian Socialist League constitution 190115K
Queensland Labor Party statement of 1905, The Worker, July 29, 190520K
To the electors, International Socialist Party, West Sydney federal electorate, 191022K
Socialist Federation of Australasia, objective and statement of principles, February 15, 190817K
Rules of the International Socialist Club, 190913K
Socialist Federation of Australasia principles and policy, February 24, 191222K
Labor’s objective, fighting platform and general program, 191328K
Social Democratic League objective, 191718K
Slave labour, imagined and real, Workers Weekly, September 11, 193116K
Your education is our liberation — pay the rent17K
The workingman’s paradise, an Australian Labour novel, William Lane (transcript)890K
War and the working class, K. Patrick, c19163.1M
Child conscription, our country’s shame, John Francis Hills, 1913707K
Socialist Federation of Australasia objective47K
Colonia Cosme, New Australia experiment, Mary Jane Gilmore400K
The problem of the ages, Peter Plainspeak, Vanaguard Tract No 10118K
The Red Light, Manifesto of the Social Democratic Vanguard855K
Forward, workingmen to victory, Vanguard Tract No 5114K
Labor’s religion, Vanguard leaflet (reprint from The Worker)314K
Socialism and Christianity, Vanguard leaflet101K
Socialism and individuality, Vanguard tract92K
Dividing up, some plain truths plainly stated, Social Democratic Vanguard80K
Christ, the light of the world, a socialist sermon, The Worker104K
An appeal to women, Social Democratic Vanguard227K
A fool’s talk, Vanguard Tract No 15197K
Woman and the social problem, Vanguard Tract No 14182K
The parable of the water tank, Vanguard Tract No 12, Social Democratic Vanguard322K
Whither? Vanguard leaflet No 17201K
The gospel of discontent, Social Democratic Federation73K
The Commonweal, Leaflets for the people No 1, What is socialism? Queensland Social Democratic Federation861K
Forward workingmen to victory, Vanguard Tract No 5112K
The wonderful doctrine of salvation, Emile Zola, Vanguard Tract No 8, Social Democratic Vanguard177K
Australian Socialist League statement of principles97K
The ubiquity of socialism, Vanguard Tract No 10202K
Religion, science and socialism, Leaflets for the people, Queensland Social Democratic Federation1.2M
The village commune, Leaflets for the people, No 4, Queensland Social Democratic Federation1.4M
The catholicity of socialism, Leaflets for the people, No 3, Queensland Social Democratic Federation1.1M
Manifesto of the Social Democratic Federation of Australasia371K
Barrier socialist songster901K
Report on the Australian Socialist League to the International Socialist Congress, Amsterdam, May 1904358K
Report on the socialist and working class movement in Australia to the International Socialist Congress, Amsterdam, May 1904, I.S. Club551K
Socialist Labor Party of Australia report to the International Socialist Congress, Stuttgart, 1907100K
The People, May 18, 1907507K
Queensland impressions, June 26, 1902190K
Set the twelve men free, Henry E. Boote, NSW Labor Council2.1M
Constitution of the Industrial Workers of the World Club, Australia and New Zealand, 1907420K
Guilty or not guilty? An examination of the IWW cases, Henry E. Boote1.6M
Fellowship, organ of the Free Religious Fellowship, No 2, September 1914157K
Fellowship, No 2, September 191497K
Fellowship, Vol 2, No 2, September 1915180K
Fellowship, Vol 2, No 5, December 1915169K
Fellowship, Vol 2, No 8, April 1916111K
Fellowship, Vol 3, No 6, January 1917131K
Fellowship, Vol 4, No 1, August 1917545K
The Free Religious Fellowship, what it stands for124K
Fellowship, Vol 4, No 3, April 1917104K
Fellowship, Vol 4, No 3, April 1917253K
Fellowship, Vol 4, No 6, January 1918245K
Fellowship, Vol 4, No 6, January 1918107K
Fellowship, Vol 4, No 6, January 1918117K
The Free Religious Fellowship, what it stands for, 1911138K
Fellowship, Vol 4, No 7, January 1918439K
Fellowship, Vol 5, No 4, November 1918154K
Fellowship, Vol 5, No 4, November 1918146K
Fellowship, Vol 5, No 5, December 1918138K
Fellowship, Vol 6, No 5, December 1919390K
Fellowship, Vol 6, No 7, February 1920267K
Fellowship, Vol 6, No 7, February 1920229K
Fellowship, Vol 7, No 8, March 1921590K
Fellowship, Vol 7, No 12, July 1921888K
Fellowship, Vol 4, No 9, April 1918273K
What is anarchism? Who are the anarchists? Communist-Anarchist Press, July 1913235K
Industrial Union Propaganda League, 1921299K
Challenge — Mr Holman, August 24, 191659K
The No-conscription Fellowship19K
Australian Trades Union Anti-conscription Congress Manifesto, November 6, 1916674K
Anti-conscription manifesto, Political Labor Council of Victoria1.0M
The mothers, No Conscription Council327K
What conscription is wanted for, Alf Wilson, Melbourne, K. Glennie, Anti-conscription League, Adelaide226K
The blood vote, W.R. Winspear and Calude Marquet101K
An open letter to women, W. P. Earsman, Citizens Defence League, 1915-16436K
Australian Peace Alliance election manifesto524K
Open letter to Australian citizens, Citizens’s Defence League, 1917846K
Returned Soldiers’ No-conscription League733K
Victorian Labor College syllabus, 1933171K
Victorian Labor College standing orders, April 1947123K
Victorian Labor College, three classes on money, A.T. Brodney30K
Victorian Labor College, classes for 1961184K
Victorian Labor College syllabus, 1966340K
Do your own thinking, Victorian Labor College1.2M
Victorian Labor College classes for 1950156K
Independent Working Class Education and the WEA, Victorian Labor College380K
Victorian Labor College classes for 1955932K
Handbook for Tutors, Marx House768K
Why not a referendum on prices? Australian Labor Party153K
This Menzies bill can put you in jail, Queensland Trades and Labor Council282K
Today is May Day, Committee to Reconstruct the Communist Party, 198659K
Workers’s Voice, Industrial Committee of the Communist Party, Vol 1, No 1, September 1979156K
For the workers at the Brisbane abbattoir, Communist Publication89K
The Labor Party, Committee to Reconstruct the Commnist Party26K
Intellectuals and the party, L. Harry Gould, Communist Review, October 1944307K
Say no to Menzies’ power grab149K
You can be shot on suspicion if High Court upholds anti-communist act, Mascot for Democratic Rights Council193K
Police thuggery in Brisbane, Central Rail Disputes Committee, March 17, 194837K
Defend world peace, a Communist publication, October 25, 196270K
Menzies concocted spy plot84K
Stick together, Communist Party, Brisbane, 194342K
For Brisbane’s sewerage: £10 million loan now, Communist Party94K
Peace forces prevent Cuba invasion, Communist Party, November 6, 1962290K
The truth about Korea, Communist Party, July 4, 1950192K
Demand summit talks now, Communist Party, Brisbane, July 14, 1958121K
The present and future demands more childcare facilities, Australian Communist Party Women’s Committee, Brisbane, February 194499K
Defend Your Freedom, R. Dixon, Australian Communist Party, February 1950560K
Women in our New World, Australian Communist Party, 19471.1M
Brisbane Guardian, Communist Party of Australia, September 27, 195783K
For peace, jobs, homes and democracy, Communist Party of Australia, 1961331K
Do you know what to do on May 3? Communist Party of Australia, Queensland, 1947378K
What future? Australian Communist Party federal election manifesto, 19461.4M
March for peace, Communist Party of Australia, May 1952282K
North Queensland Guardian, February 12, 1938218K
North Queensland Guardian, February 12, 1938227K
North Queensland Guardian, March 12, 1938247K
North Queensland Guardian, March 19, 1938251K
Unite and fight right-wing terrorism, April 20, 1972111K
Communist Party of Australia state conference, 1980157K
Communist Film Group, April-June 1972118K
Guardian, June 11, 1943208K
Guardian, 194?243K
Strengthen the fight against Menzies’ men430K
Work among women, J.B. Miles, November 20, 19432.0M
What the communist dissolution bill means to you, M. Julius851K
Appeal to women electors, Liquor Trades Union women’s committee, 1958502K
The Guardian, June 16, 1943148K
Communist Senate manifesto, November 11, 1949198K
Throw out these traitors, Brisbane abbattoir workers210K
North Queensland Guardian, May 14, 1943141K
North Queensland Guardian, May 7, 1943113K
North Queensland Guardian, January 8, 1943109K
Eureka, Communist Party of Australia Goulburn branch, October 197197K
What are they doing to Queensland? Claude Jones, 1962300K
The Toiler, October 25, 1924155K
The Toiler, December 12, 1924108K
Defeat Menzies’ Fascist bill, E.F. Hill, 1950694K
Communist Party federal election manifesto, 19311.3M
Sack Bolte instead. Vote Communist, put the Liberals last, 196165K
Australia’s way forward, Communist Party of Australia program, 1964551K
Spend an interesting Easter, Communist Party of Australia lecture series70K
Put people before profits, Communist Party election pamphlet, Roger Wilson, 1982240K
1955 federal election, Communist Party of Australia45K
The way forward, Australian Communist Party, May 1948793K
Ban this bomb, Communist Party of Australia, 1966 federal election/a>177K
Guardian social and concert120K
What’s happening in the Communist Party of Australia? c19701.3M
Report of the Royal Commission on the Communist Party, 1949-50328K
Petrov stunt backfires, Pete Thomas, June 7, 19541.9M
The Petrov conspiracy, E.F. Hill sums up1.4M
Not wanted. United to defeat Menzies31K
Peace and trade with Asia, Vote Communist25K
Giant profits, same old platform32K
The red fusaliers (sic), WJC40K
The lost ideal, Rowan Cahill29K
Aboriginal protest, press release, September 27, 19822.8M
Black School benefit, leaflet4.6M
Liberty, Democratic Rights Council, October 27, 1950258K
Liberty, Democratic Rights Council, June 26, 1951213K
Liberty, Democratic Rights Council, August 28, 1951170K
Liberty, Democratic Rights Council, October 27, 1950197K
Australians in Spain, our pioneers against fascism, Nettie Palmer, Len Fox, Jim McNeill, Ron Hurd, May 19485.2M
We’re looking after their future in the Eureka League133K
What’s going on in Palestine? Eureka Youth League113K
Youth calls for action. Eureka Youth League102K
Your country needs you for friendship, Eureka Youth League84K
Not one Aussie for Malaya. Eureka Youth League237K
CPA weekend school syllabus280K
Constitution of the Eureka Youth League704K
The Young Worker, March 1, 1931, Eureka Youth League415K
International Youth Day advertisement, August 10, 1935357K
The Young Worker, December 15, 1933216K
The Young Worker, February 15, 1933427K
The Young Worker, July 15, 1931382K
Fascism and “our” great public schools, Laurie Aarons1.1M
The Young Worker, The Charter, immediate demands all young workers must fight for, march 1, 1931223K
We can make our country truly great, Eureka Youth League, c1956225K
Curriculum for the Victorian school of the Eureka Youth League104K
On the path to unity, Max Lorkin, 1954510K
Tutor’s guide, Communist Party of Australia, july 1950461K
A letter to nature lovers, supporting a koala habitat at West Pennant Hills, Noel Burnett, November 11, 1929583K
Morpeth Review, our forest problem, January 1934363K
Proletariat, editorial, April 1932294K
Proletariat, April 1932, pp 12-13, Guido Baracchi159K
Education for victory, Marx House, courses for 19441.2M
Victorian Labor College, 1927 syllabus323K
Proletariat, Melbourne University Labor Club, Vol 1, No 2, July 1932212K
March with your mates on May Day, 1963769K
Eureka Youth League fights for peace, 195261K
Workers Weekly, NSW conference of the Unemployed Workers Movement, July 31, 1931298K
All over the world, people march on May Day, 1962308K
Australia’s 75th anniversary May Day march, 1966613K
Proletariat, Freedom and the class struggle, July 1932223K
Proletariat, Towards the emancipation of the aborigines, March 1934467K
Proletariat, How Melbourne lives, April 1932240K
Proletariat, The working class, April 1932564K
Sydney University Labor Club policy statement, 195989K
A history of the Sydney University Labor Club, 1925-451.8M
The Socialist Standard, Vol 27, No 319, March 1931197K
Socialist Party of Australia NSW election manifesto, May 1935282K
Socialist Party of Australia membership application55K
Socialist Party of Australia standing orders149K
The Socialist Standard, Vol 31, No 368, April 1935156K
War manifesto, Socialist Party of Australia, October 22, 1939132K
Socialist Party of Australia, rules and principles, 1929225K
Socialist Party of Australia speaker’s notes52K
Socialist Party of Australia speaker’s test53K
Socialist Standard, February 1943, No 342228K
The Woman Worker, Vol 1, No 6, April 7, 1929157K
The Woman Worker, Vol 1, No 3, January 7, 192993K
The Woman Worker, Vol 1, No 1, November 7, 1928130K
Australian Women’s Charter, 1943634K
Australian Women at War, July 1943430K
Melbourne Trades Hall Council equal pay for women committe, statement, July 19, 1943123K
Equal pay for the sexes, ACTU, 1961117K
What every woman should know, Queensland Trades and Labor Council135K
Women workers should receive equal pay, meat industry union, Brisbane, September 1, 1958147K
Equal pay for the sexes, Queensland Trades and Labor Council, 247K
Women at war, Australia-Soviet Friendship League181K
Housewife, No 2, October 1948152K
Women, protest against high prices, Union of Australian Women, Brisbane, 1935150K
Woman Today, May 193992K
The Aussie Woman, May 15, 1922231K
Russia Today, Tom Wright, May 1928328K
Bulletin, Socialist Party of Australia, 1983192K
Youth Voice, Young Socialist League of Australia, May Day 198780K
Australian needs a political alternative, Socialist Party of Australia139K
Communists and the labour movement, national conference, Socialist Party of Australia, 1980333K
The revolutionary party, Peter Symon, Socialist Party of Australia, 1980349K
Communists and the international communist movement, Socialist Party of Australia, 1980206K
Are women paid men’s rates? Council of action for equal pay288K
Are women paid men’s rates? Council of action for equal pay128K
Equal pay, ACSPA130K
Equal pay for the sexes, ACTU231K
Equal pay means rate for the job438K
Equal pay for the sexes, Melbourne Trades Hall Council193K
The anti-sweating league43K
The case for equal pay129K
A marriage of necessity. Equal pay, Communist Party of Australia69K
You are involved with equal pay. ACTU144K
The 40-hour week, May Brodney, 1946a000620.pdf590K
Poverty Watch, Vol 8, No 2, 19881.6M
The regeneration of civilisation1.6M
The New Day, Christian Social Order Movement, Vol 3, No 1, July 1945218K
Morpeth Review, Christianity and industry, January 1934417K
Morpeth Review, The case for communism, January 1934794K
The New Day, Christian Social Order Movement, January 1948389K
A new social order, postwar reconstruction1.2M
The rich get richer, Brian Fitzpatrick, 19441.4M
Public enterprise does pay, Brian Fitzpatrick, February 1945692K
People versus banks, E.W. Campbell, c1948741K
Labor in the post-war world, Lloyd Ross, April 1943585K
Coal, the struggle of the mineworkers, W. Orr and C. Nelson, Miners Federation c1934-351.3M
Who wants war? Katharine Susannah Prichard, 1935132K
The centenary prepares war, Joyce Manton, 1934283K
Labor’s case against war and fascism, C. Crofts and H.J. Oke, c1934-35806K
My years in the Communist Party, Ralph Gibson, Struggle against war and fascism, 1933-39181K
Fourth International founded, grand celebration, 1939389K
Manifesto of the Revolutionary Workers Party (Fourth International), July 19431.8M
Who wants war? Katharine Susannah Prichard, 1935208K
An open letter to members and supporter of the Communist Party of Australia on the Czechoslovak crisis, Denis Francis, P Collins, 1968295K
On the Czech crisis, Revolutionary Marxist Tendency of the Fourth International, July 1, 196880K
Hungary 1956, what really happened? c1980169K
International, Australian section of the Fourth International, December 15, 1961522K
International, Australian section of the Fourth International, August 15, 1961371K
International, Australian section of the Fourth International, March 15, 1962196K
Central America, the next Vietnam? Socialist Workers Party 1984165K
Aboriginal rights policy, Socialist Workers Party 1984136K
For peace and jobs, Socialist Workers Party 1984205K
Environment policy, Socialist Workers Party 1984161K
Make the rich pay, Socialist Workers Party 1984133K
For a national transport plan, Socialist Workers Party 1984148K
Break the wages straitjacket, Socialist Workers Party 1984120K
Education for all, Socialist Workers Party, 1984124K
Say no to war, Socialist Workers Party and Resistance, 198451K
Socialist Workers Party, how to vote, 198449K
The trade unions, Lance Sharkey, September 19428.4M
Southern Advocate for Workers’ Councils, No 37, September 13, 1947a000658.pdf232K
Southern Advocate for Workers’ Councils, The state and conscientious objectors125K
Southern Advocate for Workers’ Councils, “Lenin said”145K
Souther Socialist Review, June 1946, No 19114K
Southern Advocate for Workers’ Councils390K
Southern Advocate for Workers’ Councils, The “crisis” of democracy395K
Southern Advocate for Workers’ Councils, Where we stand390K
Southern Socialist Review670K
Southern Advocate for Workers’ Councils694K
Southern Advocate for Workers’ Councils, The need for the IWW241K
Southern Advocate for Workers’ Councils488K
Southern Advocate for Workers’ Councils478K
Southern Socialist Review506K
Southern Advocate for Workers’ Councils842K
Poland: the crisis of state capitalism, International Socialists c1981430K
Do you know what the H-bomb will do? Queensland Peace Council, c1955113K
Danger of total war, AICD, 1965223K
Message to educationists, AICD, October 24, 196487K
Three thousand more Australians for Vietnam, c1966-6774K
Beter to fight them over there than here? Queensland Peace Committee44K
H-bombs in Australia means H-bombs in Australia, Sydney Campaign for Nuclear Disarmament, 1962131K
Peace is your business, Queensland Peace Committee, c1950s108K
Foreign bases in Australia, Victorian Peace Council220K
The men at the top must make peace now187K
Report on peace, Queensland association of the Federal Assembly for Peace, March 25, 1957160K
They want to conscript our youth to die for them, May 12, 1950294K
Peace and the German problem, Queensland Peace Committee, c1961237K
Peace, Journal of the Australian Peace Council, vol 1, no 1, April 195064K
Mr Menzies&rsqou; most famous speech33K
Facts about military conscription, Federal Pacifist Council66K
Labor’s plan for world peace, H.V. Evatt and ALP federal conference decisions, 1955201K
East of Suez: we must be told, M. O’Brien, April 1966243K
Peace is trade union business, Amalgamated Engineering Union, c1960164K
The Observer, Communism in Australia, October 17, 1959292K
The Observer, January 23, 1960388K
Fabian Society of Queensland, 182K
October, Student Caucus of the Communist League, May 16, 1974151K
Hear Ernest Mandel, 1974, Socialist Workers League/Socialist Youth Alliance257K
1920-1980, 60 years of struggle for socialism. Communists and the labour movement national conference70K
Australian Peace Council letter to R.G. Menzies, March 24, 196184K
A time to choose, Anti-nuclear Poetry Book Collective, 198490K
The sisterhood of international peace at work, E.M. Moore, c19491.8M
A suitable piece of real estate, Desmond Ball, Ch 12 Australia as a nuclear target, 1980425K
A course for the disarmament movement, Joe Camilleri, Peace Studies, August-September 1985295K
The demise of the Nuclear Disarmament Party, Edward St John, Peace Studies, August-September 1985150K
Disarmament politics, Nic Maclellan, Peace Studies, July 1985247K
Australian Peace Council material, 1959-61169K
Australian Peace Council material, 196167K
Australian Peace Council, Septemerb 12, 1949225K
The bomb, its challenge and its threat, No 4, 1961278K
Nuclear-free zones in the Pacific and the world, Victorian Peace Council, c1963154K
French tests, Australia in danger, 1963106K
What are these young people doing? AICD655K
Peace songs, A.A. Hooke151K
The truth about Korea, Australian Peace Congress, 1950128K
Hyrdogen bomb: the world in danger, Women’s International League for Peace and Freedom, 1955211K
Germ war in Korea? Victorian Peace Council156K
Inside South Africa, Victorian Peace Council137K
Victorian Peace Council, Geneva conference on nuclear tests, November 18, 195845K
The post-war period, Rev F.J. Hartley, My pilgrimage for peace202K
Co-operation and disarmament, Rev A.M. Dickie, June 4, 1959337K
Never again the A-bomb, song96K
Victorian Peace Council, January 1956141K
Our policy and program, Victorian Peace Council568K
You can’t ban peace, Australian Peace Council419K
Canberra citizens’ statement on war in Indochina94K
Free citizenship or military tyranny? Freedom League, 191446K
Australian Union of Democratic Control for the Avoidance of War76K
Manifesto of the Australian Freedom League (pre-1914)83K
Vietnam Moratorium Campaign, 197085K
Peace Pledge Union, statement of principles141K
Fundamentals of pacifism, K.D. Rivett, 1947277K
Conference for an independent and non-aligned Australia, 1976169K
Extract from World Council of Churches statement on Vietnam114K
For a world free of nuclear weapons, CICD109K
What is CICD?38K
Australian Peace Congress program, 195054K
Australian Convention on Peace and War, 1953150K
Australian Convention on Peace and War, 1953111K
Peace Quest Forum149K
Don’t celebrate peace, fight the bases, PND, 1982188K
Full human rights for aborigines and Torres Strait islanders, The making of a tragedy, CPA program 1967360K
The Observer, Communism in Australia, October 17, 195957K
The Observer, Communism in Australia, October 17, 1959241K
The Observer, January 23, 1960389K
Fabian Society of Queensland183K
October, student caucus of the Communist League, May 16, 1974151K
Hear Ernest Mande, Communist League, Socialist Workers League, Socialist Youth Alliance, 1974124K
Socialist Standard, The socialist parties of Australia and New Zealand, April 194279K
The Western Socialist, January 194590K
The Western Socialist, Marxism in New Zealand, January 1945181K
The Western Socialist, February 1947210K
Socialist Standard, Socialism or chaos, No 523, March 194890K
The Western Socialist, June 1948196K
The Western Socialist, April 1948108K
The Western Socialist, Vol 14, No 126, may 1947391K
Socialist Party of Australia, 195359K
The Western Socialist, Vol 24, No 194, 195794K
Socialist Party of Australia, Melbourne, April 30, 1958123K
Socialist Party of Australia, Sydney, March 19, 1959245K
The Western Socialist, No 5, 1959185K
Trotskyism, Communists, the Labor Party and socialism, J.A. Dawson, Workers Literature Bureau, c19441.6M
The socialist left in Australia, Alan Barcan, 19601.1M
Art and its social function, Paul Mortier, 19551.3M
Why I went to jail, Rev Neil Glover, Victorian Peace Council, 1957382K
Australia’s path to socialism, Communist Party of Australia program, 17th congress, 19551.0M
Australia’s path to socialism, Communist Party of Australia program, 16th congress, 19511.3M
Why I am a communist, Katharine Susannah Prichard, 1956820K
Farmers and workers together for a better life. Agrarian program of the Communist Party of Australia, 18th congress, April 1958813K
Robbing your pay envelope, R. Dixon, Communist Party of Australia, November 19531.3M
Education in crisis and the way forward, W.E. Gollan, August 19592.0M
Reveal, Defenders of Human Rights Association75K
Guardian, January 21, 1949123K
Unite to defeat Menzies’ fascist legislation, J.D. Blake, Communist Review, June 195056K
Guardian, May 13, 1949242K
Guardian, June 10, 1949242K
Tribune, March 22, 1950178K
Guardian, February 10, 1950197K
Guardian, May 5, 1950132K
US priest speaks out in defence of Communist Party, From The Guardian, January 27, 1950105K
Tribune, April 29, 1950136K
Tribune, May 3, 1950111K
Guardian, March 4, 1949113K
Guardian, April 1, 1949244K
Guardian, April 11, 1947117K
Guardian, June 4, 1953129K
Guardian, October 21, 1949132K
Guardian, July 9, 1949162K
Six acts against civil liberties, Council for Civil Liberties, Melbourne, August 19371.0M
Defend our unions. Say no to Joh146K
International Labor Defence fights the Crimes Act, c1933282K
Support Queensland struggle. Defend the right to march, Movement Against Uranium Mining, c1977193K
Words and spirit: what sort of constitution do we want?, September 23, 1977527K
Why was Tim Anderson persecuted? George Petersen, Socialist Press, July 1991241K
Reject ASIO’s new powers, leaflet191K
Union organiser arrested. Stop work to defend democratic rights. Leaflet, 1972607K
How the Crimes Bill makes hidden attacks on democratic rights, Building Workers Industrial Uion, Queensland, c1960s393K
The Boomerang, August 18, 1894 (transcript)38K
Tocsin, platform, October 2, 189759K
Tocsin, transcript31K
Labor Call, November 1, 190625K
The Champion, transcript30K
The new party, The Socialist, April 2, 1906, transcript32K
CPA, Jewish meeting and Marxist study classes83K
The Australian author and artist, Vol 1, No 1, January 1947288K
Fellowship of Australian writers constitution141K
Young democracy77K
Proletaria, poetry202K
New Willis play at New Theatre138K
Jindyworobak, towards an Australian culture, Kenneth H. Gifford, 1944580K
Unknown land, Rex Ingamells, Jindyworobak 194377K
Origin and development of Jindyworobak, Rex Ingamells754K
Jindyworobak, 1947245K
We defend Frank Hardy, 279K
The MacDonald government prosecuted Frank Hardy on behalf of millionaire John Wren, CPA515K
Why is Frank Hardy branded guilty before trial274K
Frank Hardy Defence Committee, November 14, 195058K
Australian culture, Vance Palmer, December 11, 1940174K
Pioneer players40K
Australian authors week, Fellowship of Australian Writers157K
Adelaide Literary Theatre, 1911387K
Fourth annual drama night, May 15, 1912148K
Words of songs: Reedy River and The Ballad of 189146K
Wanted: a national theatre, Bruce Rothwell93K
Will Dyson: creative miltant, Nettie Palmer, Brisbane Courier, January 4, 1930287K
Twas ever thus, Jindyworobak in its tenth year, Miles Franklin114K
Salute to Jindyworobak, Dymphna Cusack118K
On the birthday of Jindyworobak, Margaret Preston31K
In honour of a poet, lover and pacifist, John Harber Phillips on Lesbia Harford, The Age, April 21, 1999201K
Outlook, final issue, December 1970483K
Theseis eleven, No 1, 1980249K
The great questioning, Outlook, October 196899K
Writers and social progress, Australian Outlook, July 26, 1947386K
Factory, extracts from an unpublished novel, Alan Marshall, Communist Review, February 1938207K
Art, its origins and social function, Paul Mortier, October 19551.4M
Unity, Cynthia M. Skrine, Labor Digest, March 1946328K
Red gums and Hymn to the earth, poems51K
Queensland memories, street poetry443K
Is Murdoch making you miserable, Sybylla Press Co-operative, May Day 1987627K
The writer’s freedom of expression, Martin Edmund Haley, September 1949338K
Labour songs/poetry344K
The necessity of criticism, Morpeth Review, Vol 11, No 24, July 1933265K
Australian Left News, December 193856K
Broadside, Australian Society of Authors, Vol 2, No 1, October 1964244K
Communists are always young, Katharine Susannah Prichard, 1959188K
N’Goola and other stories, Katharine Susannah Prichard, 1959604K
How Labor governs, Vere Gordon Childe, 19231.1M
The realisms of war, Bernard Smith, Noel Counihan, artist and revolutionary, 19931.3M
Years of hope, Bernard Smith, Noel Counihan, artist and revolutionary, 19932.0M
Epilogue, Bernard Smith, Noel Counihan, artist and revolutionary, 1993506K
The Ern Malley hoax477K
The Ern Malley hoax65K
Fanfrolico and After, Jack Lindsay, 19621.3M
A note on my dialectic, Jack Lindsay555K
Selections from Reedy River, record cover69K
Excerpts from Reedy River, exerpts from the Sydney production146K
The alienated Australian intellectual, Jack Lindsay, 1963745K
Towards a Marxist aesthetic, Decay and renewal, Jack Lindsay1.1M
Tomorrow and Tomorrow and Tomorrow, M. Barnard Eldershaw, 19831.4M
The writer and society, M. Barnard Eldershaw210K
Liberty and violence,M. Barnard Eldershaw364K
Wild cat falling, Colin Johnson, 1965532K
The dawn is at hand, Kath Walker, 1966150K
We are going, Kath Walker, 1964220K
Uses of the many-charactered novel, Christina Stead247K
Travels in North Queensland, Jean Devanny, 1951424K
Long live Sandawara, Colin Johnson, 1979766K
Radical intellectuals, an unacknowledged legislature? Andrew Milner1.6M
Letty Fox: her luck, Christina Stead, 1946619K
Meanjin, No 43, Summer 1950394K
The Australian tradition, A.A. Phillips, 19581.9M
Culture of the intelligentsia, 637K
The pattern of hegemony, 872K
Ruling class, ruling culture, R.W. Connell389K
The state and nuclear power, Joe Camilleri, 1984822K
Antonio Gramsci, the man, Australian Left Review, Alastair Davidson, April-May, 1968623K
Gramsci: on the party, Alistair Davidson, Australian Left Review, April-May, 1968383K
Contributions to the Southern Cross, Daniel Henry Deniehy239K
Contributions to the Southern Cross, Daniel Henry Deniehy312K
Nationalism and the new radicalism, Robin Gollan, Radical and working-class politics1.1M
Who’s afraid of the working class?676K
Essays in the political economy of Australian capitalism, Vol2, E.L. Wheelwright and Ken Buckley, 19781.2M
Labor in office: preparation for 1985803K
Class structure in Australian history2.4M
The five bright stars, Eric Lambert, 1954832K
Australian capitalism: towards a socialist critique, introduction, John Playford, Douglas Kirsner, 197273K
Domination and the flight from being, Douglas Kirsner, 19721.1M
Who rules Australia? John Playford, 19722.0M
The twenty-thousand thieves, Eric Lambert, 1951479K
The two fires49K
Massacre of the innocents45K
Nigger’s leap, New England46K
Come in, spinner, Dymphna Cusack and Florence James, 1955891K
The battlers, Kylie Tennant, 1941592K
The timeless land, Eleanor Dark, 1947769K
The devious being, Betty Roland, 1990456K
Political economy of Australian capitalism, Introduction, E.L. Wheelwright867K
Primary accumulation: the genesis of Australian capitalism, Ken Buckley1.7M
Socialism and reform in contemporary Australia, Bob Catley4.7M
The loans affair, Darryl Foster413K
Anti-trust and the bourgeoisie, Andrew Hopkins1.4M
Queensland nationalism and Australian capitalism, Glen Lewis2.4M
Capitalism, the middle classes and the welfare state, Sol Encel1.6M
Towards a political economy of housing, Colin Bell969K
Shoot the Bolshevik! Hang the profiteer! Reconstructing Australian capitalism, 1918-21. Humphrey McQueen1.4M
Australia, victim or partner of British imperialism, David Clark2.3M
Australian immigrants 1788-1940, desired and unwanted, Marie de Lepervanche3.0M
The political economy of post-war immigration, John Collins2.0M
Social policy and the permanent poor, Jill Roe1.9M
Capitalism and the environment: the failure of success, Leonie Sandercock1.6M
Essays in the political economy of Australian capitalism, volume 3, E.L. Wheelwright and Ken Buckley848K
Women’s place in the class structure, Bettina Cass1.9M
Fragmentation of the working class, John Collins3.0M
Italian anti-Fascism in Australia, 1922-45, Gianfranco Cresciani1.2M
“Really rather like slavery,” law and labour in the colonial economy in Papua-New Guinea, Peter Fitzpatrick1.2M
Capitalism and Aborigines: the theory of internal colonialism and its rivals, Mervyn Hartwig1.6M
Unequal exchange and Australian economic development: an exploratory investigation, David Clark1.5M
The bastards from the bush: some comments on class and culture, Ian Turner1.3M
Elitism in education and the radical initiative, Helen G. Palmer694K
Essays in the political economy of Australian capitalism, E.L. Wheelwright and Ken Buckley1.9M
Crisis in pastoral capital accumulation: a reinterpretation of the 1840s depression in colonial Australia, Phillip McMichael1.8M
The abolition of the Queensland labour trade: politics or profits, A.A Graves1.3M
Plenty more little Brown Man, Pearlshelling and White Australia in Queensland, 1901-1918, Lorraine Phillips1.8M
Rebel Worker, Vol 7, No 10, December 1988-January 1989281K
Rebel Worker, Vol 1, No 5, October-November 198291K
Holiday in Nurrangar, Campaign Against Militarisation371K
Where to now for anti-war activists? The Socialist, March 15, 199196K
We will work together to stop this war and Australia’s military involvement, Network for Peace in the Middle East, 1991177K
Network for Peace in the Middle East, February 23, 199133K
Help us stop the war, St Kilda Network for Peace in the Middle East, 199058K
Rainbow Alliance, Gulf war update, 1990150K
Rainbow Alliance, appeal for funds, December 14, 199065K
A new political movement is launched, Joseph Camilleri, 1989259K
Socialist Action-International Socialists joint fusion statement, 1990447K
The Rainbow Alliance, reshaping the political agenda, Belinda Probert, 1989228K
Rainbow Alliance conference brochure88K
Rainbow Alliance, aims190K
Rainbow Alliance, invitation to a public launch, February 198976K
Enough of right-wing agendas, it’s time for a new politics. Rainbow Alliance, October 199180K
Uranium mining in Australia, Movement Against Uranium Mining, July 19841.0M
What’s to stop Victoria going nuclear? Movement Against Uranium Mining191K
Keep Victoria nuclear-free, Australian Labor Party275K
Lawson, lost and found, Barry Plews240K
Don’t vote. Bring down the Labor government144K
Broad Left conference, Bulletin No 2, March 19862.0M
Broad Left conference panel speakers99K
Broad Left conference, March 1986, leaflet458K
c10000109.pdf Item lost or never stored14M
The root of the matter, dialogues on social questions, Henry Hyde Champion, 189552M
The world of the living dead and jail from within, Vance Marshall, 1969 reprint, first published 191839M
The People, Socialist Labor Party, March 1, 19196.5M
Proletarian Review, June 1920-February 1922, Percy Laidler, publisher139M
Proletariat, Organ of Melbourne University Labor Club, 1932-35112M
Stop the carnage, Students United Against War, February 23, 19913.1M

Women’s movement and feminims

Join Hands, A journal of women’s liberation and socialism, introduction, August 1972137K
Is there room for us all under the umbrella? Differences between radical feminists and women socialists, Judy Gillett124K
International Women’s Day, 1945, R. Throssell919K
The Dawn Club, July 1, 1889311K
Birth control, Norman Haire, 1928536K
Medical ethics, Norman Haire, Sex problems of today, 194252K
Queensland Women’s Electoral League337K
Women’s Electoral League of WA, 1900126K
Why should I, a woman, vote? Women’s Christian Temperance Union35K
Why women want the vote, Women’s Christian Temperance Union, WA68K
Shrew, Women’s Liberation Movement, Brisbane, Vol 1, No 4, August 197256K
The Dawn, January 6, 1889244K
United Associations of Women, April 7, 194163K
United Associations of Women, October 21, 194791K
Victorian Education Department circular on sex hygiene, 1925239K
Women’s Electoral Lobby newsletter, Brisbane, 1985125K
Senate election manifesto of the People’s Candidate, Vida Goldstein, 1917128K
Parliament for women, Vida Goldstein election leaflet131K
Women’s organising committee of the Political Labor League, October 26, 190549K
The Woman Voter, Conscription Vote No, October 9, 1916418K
The Women’s Sphere, September 1900147K
Worker’s Weekly, March 8 is International Women”s Day, March 6, 1931159K

Art and culture

Noel Counihan, 1945116K
Some aspects of contemporary art in Australia, 1943311K
The Fascist mentality in Australian art and criticism, 1946383K
Another festival of Soviet films114K
The defenders of culture, Ilya Ehrenburg, The Guardian, February 27, 1948200K
Famous Soviet film, Mother, at New Theatre53K
Famous Soviet films to be shown here28K
Writers take their stand on peace and cultural freedom22K
Katharine Susannah Prichard and Flora Eldershaw, public meeting leaflet27K
On purpose and propaganda, Katharine Susannah Prichard, letter to Michael Kowan, April 28, 1938201K
Realist Writer, No 10, 1962167K
Australian literature in 1962, Judah Waten, Realist Writer, No 12, 19632.9M
Southerly, foreword by the editor83K
What’s on21K
What shall we do about the Australian tradition? John Morrison, The Realist, No 15, 1964; Mosquitos are big in the Territory, Frank Hardy3.6M
Some thoughts on Australian literature, Katharine Susannah Prichard, The Realist, No 15, 1964126K
Dawnward? Poems of Bernard O’Dowd134K
Angry Penguins, 1946, editorial135K
The role of the artist today, J.D. Blake118K
Angry Penguins, letter from New Guinea, Ian Turner49K
Angry Penguins, Max Harris43K
Anti-fascist art, John Reed357K
Australian Performing Group1.0M
The response to Australian new writing424K
Take the people to art, John Reed426K
Art and fascism, V.G. O’Connor705K
It is high time Australian writers faced up to the present day530K
Overland, No 3, August 1945766K
Tradition and today148K
A general demand for art, Overland, March 1959173K
New Theatre constitution236K
Art and propaganda, New Theatre, the first 15 years705K
New Theatre Review, May 1943255K
The useful theatre, the New Theatre movement in Sydney and Melbourne, 1935-83, Ken Harper785K
La Mama Company, Sunday Observer Magazine, April 26, 19701.0M
La Mama program1.0M
Meanjin, c1941156K
The studio of realist art, 194582K
The new realism in Australian art, 1944390K
Meanjin contemporary verse and prose, Vols 1&2, 1940-43127K
Criticism number122K
Editorial notes53K
Australianism, Meanjin, summer 194167K
The commercialisation of cultural life, Meanjin, March 1942185K
The case for Australian authors and artists, Australian Journalists Association420K
Australian New Writing4.5M
Basic wage dream, campaign songs (recording), ACSPA, 1964202K
La Mama, Traitors, program314K
Conditional culture, Rex Ingamells, Ian Tillbrook, 19381.5M
At a boundary, Rex Ingamells and John Ingamells, 1941154K
Black Mary21K
Beirut, Noel Counihan38K
The wife, Noel Counihan54K
Man with bloody hand, Noel Counihan138K
At the start of the march, Noel Counihan369K
The tycoon, Noel Counihan77K
Aboriginal mother and child, Noel Counihan (not displaying correctly) b000120.pdf4.2K
Laughing Christ, Noel Counihan288K
Naninja and Janey, Katharine Susannah Prichard, 1959240K

Conservation and environment

Conservation News, Environmental Youth Alliance growing fast, November 1990153K
Greenpeace Australia News, Uranium mining, a grassroots victory, Jean McSorley, 1992118K
Why are we picketing? Rainforest Action Group, Melbourne205K
Habitat Australia, ACF’s energetic crusader, Toly Sawenko, October 1989125K
Rainforest Action Group (RAG)285K
Australian Conservation Foundation, leaflet, 1989490K
Conservation news, Election 1990, a perfect outcome for the environment, Phillip Toyne, April 1990128K
Conservation news, ACF report presents greenhouse solutions, February 1990120K
Urgent action needed on greenhouse, Mark Diesendorf, Global Change Program49K
Conservation News, Cape York the second wave of occupation, Mark Horstman and Kevin Guy, July 1990328K
Twenty-one years of a national conservation organisation, Geoff Mosley, talk at Eco-politics conference, August 30, 1986525K

Anti-war, peace and disarmament

We’re marching for a nuclear-free Victoria, Movement Against Uranium Mining, November 1981337K
Can you help? Movement Against Uranium Mining134K
Worried about uranium? Movement Against Uranium Mining, 197790K
Pine Gap, closed by the people, 1987, Alice Springs Peace Group1.1M
Disarm the nuclear powers, PND453K
People for Nuclear Disarmament, 1985372K
Palm Sunday rally, March 1986310K
Nuclear-free Australia Party, 1985487K
Disarmament now, east and west, People for Nuclear Disarmament, 1982400K
Open letter to the PND general meeting, October 31, 1982193K
Nuclear Disarmament Party election leaflet, 1984211K
Nuclear Disarmament Party election leaflet, Rod Lander for Gilmore, 1984583K
How can I oppose the nuclear threat? Movement Against Uranium Mining, November 1981236K
Voice of the angry dove. Vol 5, March 1984. Long march to compromise, Jonathan Strauss118K
Voice of the angry dove103K
What about the revolution?96K
The Independent Australian, Vol 4, No 1, Ted Bull retires: end of an era on the waterfront1.0M

Indigenous Australians

Northern Territory UMW conference resolution on Aborigines, November 6, 193111K
Plea for black, The Sun, September 11, 193611K
Appeal to parliament, Abo Call, July 193815K
To all Aborigines, Abo Call, April 193816K
Calling all Aborigines, Abo Call, June 193815K
Day of mourning, January 26, 193832K
Day of mourning, The Age, January 18, 193816K
The problem of the Aborigines, Hannah James, Communist Review, April 194422K
Aboriginals and democracy, Kit Carey, Communist Review, February 194522K
Fight for the Aborigines, T. Wright, Report to CPA central committee, Communist Review, April 194730K
Aboriginal strikers in WA seized at revolver point, put in chains, Tribune, May 18, 194918K
The work of the Aborigines Advancement League, Smoke Signals, Vol 6, No 2, May 196719K
Referendum, the background, 196721K
Turning land into hope: towards a new Aboriginal policy for Australia, FCAATSI, June 19, 196827K
Aborigines Advancement League newsletters, 1968-7032K
Aborigines Advancement League newsletter No 17, February 196925K
Aborigines Advancement League newsletter No 19, April 196919K
Aborigines Advancement League newsletter No 20, May 196913K
Aborigines Advancement League newsletter No 25, October 196915K
Smoke Signals, Vol 8, No 3, March 197024K
Aboriginal and Islander Identity, Vol 1, No 2, October 197113K
Aboriginal and Islander Identity, Vol 1, No 5, July 197219K
Identity, Bruce McGuinness, November 197234K
Identity, Bruce McGuinness, November 197219K
Identity, Dennis Walker, November 197218K
Identity, Reg Saunders, November 197220K
Demands of the Moratorium for Black Rights, 197212K
Aboriginal and Islander Identity, Vol 3, No 3, Blacks for Australian Independence, July 197717K
Aboriginal and Islander Identity, Vol 3, No 8, October 197817K
Land Rights News, Mick Dodson, Vol 2, No 4, September 198716K
Land Rights News, Alice Springs summit, Vol 2, No 4, September 198718K
Marking the bicentenary, Australian Historical Studies, flyer, 198816K
Koorier, December 3, 198919K
Koorier, May 3, 198913K
Koorier, Indigenous people in the environment, December 3, 198919K
Koorier, June 3, 1990, ATSIC — the future15K
A moratorium for black rights, 197213K
Is Australia a racist country? 197219K
Wallaga Lake makes land claim24K
Support a treaty with Aboriginal Australians22K
The winds of change, Aboriginal Advancement League, October 8, 196982K
Vote Ferguson for Aboriginal freedom, a biography by Jack Horner, Sydney, 197431K
Aboriginals ruthlessly exploited, Workers Weekly, May 16, 193016K
Rights for Aborigines, Australian Communist Party draft program, Workers Weekly, September 24, 193123K

The Radical

The Radical, April 16, 1887164K
The Radical, April 23, 1887547K
The Radical, September, 1887236K
The Radical Original poetry, Voices from the working class, October, 188791K
The Radical80K
The Radical, October 1887, Australian Socialist League76K
The Radical, October 22, 1887208K
The Radical, July 30, 1887193K
The Radical, first issue, March 12, 1887297K

Australian Workman

Stand Together, Men, As Brothers, Kendall, F.C., The Australian Workman, vol 1, No 30, April 18, 1891, p 1. Sydney35K
The Australian Workman, November 7 1891. 287K
An agitator’s career (David Andrade), Australian Workman, January 29, 1898400K

The Bull-Ant/The Ant

The Bull-Ant, September 18, 1890105K
The Bull-Ant, October 16, 1890111K
The Co-operative Irrigation Colonies, March 3, 189189K
The Ant, June 11, 1891144K
The Ant, June 11, 1891166K
The Ant, June 18, 1891163K
The Ant, July 30, 1891154K

Industrial Workers of the World

Speeches from the dock of NSW and WA IWW members convicted of treason, IWW Release and Defence Committee, 19166.3M
My Windeyer’s great indictment, IWW Release and Defence Committee, 19185.4M
How the war came, IWW7.6M
IWW song book9.5M

Australian Socialist Party/League

Australian Socialist Party election manifesto, 1921161K
Manifesto of the Australian Socialist League, 1887-8815K
The Australian Socialist League, December 188818K
Socialist songs, Australian Socialist Party, Sydney branch, 1914410K
Socialist songs, Australian Socialist Party, 1910-111.2M
Australian Socialist League flyer for 12-page booklet, Are the machines to be masters?101K
Are the machines to be masters? George Black, MP, for the Australian Socialist League780K
Socialism, Tom Mann, 190521M
International Socialist, No 452, December 28, 1918, Australian Socialist Party (formerly ASL), Sydney88M

Utopian, dystopian and political fiction

The Melbourne riots: how Harry Holdfast and his friends emancipated the workers, David Andrade, 18929.5M
The war on the workers, L.J. Villiers, Workers’ Press, Melbourne, 1918104M
The land of Whereisit, H.E. Boote, 1919, Judd Publishing24M
The newest woman, the destined monarch of the world, Millie Finkelstein, 189530M
A visit to Blestland, W.H. Galier, 189691M
Artabanzanus, the demon of the great lake: an allegorical romance of Tasmania, William M. Ferrar, 1896104M
Australian Utopian literature: an annotated, chronological bibliography 1667-1999212K
The coming terror: revolution in Australia, S.A. Rosa, 189516M
The battle of Mordialloc: how we lost Australia, Samuel Mullen, 188821M
A few hours in a far-off age, Henrietta Augusta Dugdale, 188328M
The new Utopia: progress and prosperity, Alexaner W. Johnston, 189036M
Melbourne and Mars: my mysterious life on two planets. Extracts from the diary of a Melbourne merchant, Joseph Fraser, 188936M
Misopsuedes: a marvellous vision of the year 2075, circa 187311M
The new Arcadia: an Australian story, Horace Tucker, 189489M
The valley council: leaves from the journal of Thomas Bateman, Percy Clarke, 1891113M
Beyond the ice, a story of the newly discovered region around the North Pole, G. Read Murphy, 1894106M
The Island of Justice, Karta, 190156M
Fair Inez, a romance of Australia, Douglas Sladen, 1918110M
Mark Meredith, a tale of socialism68M
A new Pilgrim’s Progress, Alfred Deakin, 187774M
Halek, a romance John H. Nicholson, 1896108M
The germ growers, Robert Easterley (Rev Robert Potter) and John Wilbraham, 1897, Melbourne75M
The Cow Pasture Road, Hardy Wilson, 1920.pdf26M
Rapara. Rights of the individual in the state, Archibald Forsyth, 1897107M
Almoni, John H. Nicholson, 190481M
Fool’s harvest, Erle Cox, 193965M
The time is now ripe. Revolution without tears, Montague Grover, Melbourne, 193741M
The king of No-land, B.L. Farjeon36M
Kingcraft and priestcraft, 18713.2M
A voice from Australia Hannah Villiers Boyd, 185169M
The Working Man’s Paradise William Lane, 189278M
Looking backward, 2000-1887, Edward Bellamy59M
Maurice Blackburn and the struggle for freedom, John McKellar, 194541M
Voyage of Will Rogers to the South Pole, Christopher Spotswood ed, June 188815M
Independence, a retrospect, from Reminiscences, home and colonial, Charles Ashwold Bland19M

Communist Party of Australia

Workers’ arts club16K
Youth leader to speak on Asia struggle, Audrey Blake to address colonial youth day rally48K
Junior Eureka Youth League swinging down Batman Avenue behind the Southern Cross (photo)76K
Latest book news, International Bookshop34K
Marx School lecture11K
Marx School library56K
Guardian, August 29, 1947196K
Differences in the communist movement, views of the Communist Party of Australia, 196372K
Democratic centralism and revisionism, E.F. Hill, Australian Communist230K
Why there cannot be unity with the modern revisionists, Australian Communist, No 20, May 1966331K
Politicians, not a court, can decide that you are a communist, Paper Mill Employees’ Union393K
Australian communists and Soviet Russia,1.2M
The people against Menzies and monopoly, Laurie Aarons, 19611.1M
Constitution of the Communist Party of Australia, 19432.2M
Hitler, like Menzies, promised to make everything all right by banning the Communist Party764K
Declaration of Australian Marxist-Leninists, November 11, 1963253K
For a socialist democracy, Communist Party of Australia, c1975-7656K
A great day for the Australian labour movement, 1954143K
Statement from a general meeting of members of the Communist Party of Australia195K
Economics for workers, Eric Aarons1.9M
Builders of Communism, E.F. Hill, report on the 21st congress of the CPSU, June 19591.2M
My years in the Communist Party, Ralph Gibson (pp 52-55)197K
My years in the Communist Party, Ralph Gibson (pp 218-223)285K
My years in the Communist Party, Ralph Gibson (pp 245-255)168K
My years in the Communist Party, Ralph Gibson (pp 8-11)168K
My years in the Communist Party, Ralph Gibson (p 268)50K
Tribune, April 20, 1944 (Fred Paterson wins Bowen)127K
Tribune, January 22, 1949120K
The Guardian, February 4, 1944128K
The Guardian, February 28, 1944135K
The Guardian, March 17, 1944198K
Tribune, April 27, 1949133K
The party as inheritor of socialist trends in the Victorian labour movement, E.F. Hill, Communist Review, August 1945292K
The Guardian, February 20, 1948159K
All for the fighting fund, J.C Henry, Communist Review, April 1949290K
Tribune, March 8, 1945176K
The great coal strike of 1949, J.D. Blake, CPA, August 1949432K
My years in the Communist Party, Ralph Gibson (pp13-34)594K
The great coal strike, 1949, J.D. Blake673K
Review, organ of theory and practice of the ACP, No 3, February 1951515K
Tribune, June 8, 1919265K
Guardian, April 14, 1950206K
Tribune, March 29, 1950158K
Tribune, February 1, 1950134K
Tribune, March 15, 1950134K
The Guardian, December 2, 1949124K
Tribune, August 12, 1950121K
Guardian, June 30, 1950114K
Guardian, May 20, 1949256K
Housewives: a meaty problem, Communist Party of Australia, Queensland99K
Communist tactics of revolution, Communist International, second congress theses, Communist Party of Australia, 19209.7M
Women in the class war, May Delaney, The Toiler, CPA Brisbane, February 9, 192542K
The Communist, August 1925-March 1926, CPA31M
Fascism, capitalism’s bloody defender, Communist Party of Australia, 19278.4M
Towards a workers’ government: The Communist Party and the Labor Party, Communist Party of Australia, 19298.3M
Freedom in the Soviet Union, Friends of the Soviet Union, 1930s, Ralph Gibson5.2M
Australia and the Jews, Len Fox, foreword by Maurice Blackburn, League for Peace and Democracy, September 193912M
The story of the Australian people, part one, J.N. Rawling, 1939, Modern Publishers31M
The story of the Australian people, part two, J.N. Rawling, 1939, Modern Publishers26M
The story of the Australian people, part three, J.N. Rawling, 1939, Modern Publishers32M
The story of the Australian people, part four, J.N. Rawling, 1939, Modern Publishers33M
The story of the Australian people, part five, J.N. Rawling, 1939, Modern Publishers32M
A reply to Father Ryan, Lance Sharkey, 194312M
An outline history of the Australian Communist Party, Lance Sharkey, December 1944, CPA29M
A fair hearing for socialism, Kurt Merz, Ralph Gibson, Farnham E. Maynard, 194417M
A fair hearing for socialism, Kurt Merz, Ralph Gibson, Farnham E. Maynard, 194417M
Historical background of the labor movement, E.W. Campbell, 194423M
How Russia smashed its fifth column, L. Harry Gould, and W.A. Wood, 1945, Current Books26M
Twenty-five years of the Australian Communist Party, J.C Henry, October 1945, CPA central committee4.8M
Communist Review, The anti-capitalist lore of Australian literature, Katharine Susannah Prichard, August 194325K
Communist Review, Communists and culture, AMC, August 194320K
Communist Review, Artists and the class struggle, Paul Mortier, February 19482.3M
Communist Review, The artist in our society, R.M. Shaw, August 19482.6M
Communist Review, Art and the individual, Kathleen Watson, March 1944946K
Communist Review, No 53, January 1946 to No 76, December 1947210M
Communist Review, No 53, January 194634M
Communist Review, No 54, February 194635M
Communist Review, No 55, March 194634M
The real facts about Russia: reply to Maloney, Professor R.M. Crawford, Australia-Soviet House, Melbourne, 19462.3M
For Australia, prosperous and independent, Lance Sharkey, May 194813M
War in Palestine,Ralph Gibson, 19485.6M
Two worlds in Europe: the old and the new, Gerald Peel, October 1949, Current Books20M
The story of Jim Healy, Rupert Lockwood, August 1951, Current Books5.5M
Socialist Melbourne, Ralph Gibson, International Bookshop, 19516.1M
Youth Carnival for Peace and Friendship song book, March 19527.2M
The Soviet Way of Life, An Inside View by Ralph Gibson, November 195415M
Socialism in Australia: Communist view on democratic socialism, Lance Sharkey, June 1957, Current Books15M
Party of the working class, Laurie Aarons, July 195923M
Everybody sing, Eureka Youth League song book (second edition), 1950s9.7M
In memory of Jim Healy, funeral oration by Lance Sharkey, October 19616.4M
Danger, NCC at work, Paul Mortier, September 196214M
Abolish the penal powers, John Arrowsmith, August 31, 19695.5M

New Left Party

Towards a new party of the left516K
Socialism dead? No way! New Left Party leaflet, May Day 1990142K
Wages in crisis, New Left Party leaflet, 1990277K
New Left Party Group, circular on founding conference, June 28, 1989300K
The Comet, May 1989932K
The Comet, July 19891.4M
Time to act for a new party, 1989733K
The Comet, Building a new left politics in Australia, July 19903.5M
New Left Party, Victorian regional newsletter, November 1990442K
Broad Left conference, Bulletin No 1, February 19862.2M
New Left Party national launching conference brochure, 1990247K
The Comet, June 1990146K

Anti-Stalinist socialism/Trotskyism

Workers Party (Australia), report on May 1933 conference8.5M
Behind the shooting of Zinoviev, Workers Party (Australia), 193610M
Permanent Revolution, organ of the Independent Communist League, 1938 (also It is right to rebel, CPA-ML, 1971)13M
Direct Action, No 1, September 1970, Socialist Youth Alliance10M
Direct Action, No 2, October 1970, Socialist Youth Alliance8.8M
Direct Action, No 3, December 1970, Socialist Youth Alliance12M
Direct Action, No 4, January 1971, Socialist Youth Alliance11M
Direct Action, No 5, March 1971, Socialist Youth Alliance16M
Direct Action, No 6, May 1971, Socialist Youth Alliance16M
Direct Action, No 7, July 1971, Socialist Youth Alliance16M
Direct Action, No 8, July 1971, Socialist Youth Alliance17M
Direct Action, No 9, August 1971, Socialist Youth Alliance17M
Direct Action, No 10, September 1971, Socialist Youth Alliance17M
Direct Action, No 11, November 1971, Socialist Youth Alliance17M
Direct Action, No 12, December 1971, Socialist Youth Alliance17M
Direct Action, No 13, January 17, 1972, Socialist Workers League/Socialist Youth Alliance18M
Direct Action, No 14, February 7, 197217M
Direct Action, No 15, March 1, 1972, Socialist Workers League/Socialist Youth Alliance18M
Direct Action, No 16, March 22, 1972, Socialist Workers League/Socialist Youth Alliance18M
Direct Action, No 17, April 17, 1972, Socialist Workers League/Socialist Youth Alliance16M
Direct Action, No 18, May 1, 1972, Socialist Workers League/Socialist Youth Alliance17M
Direct Action, No 19, May 11, 1972, Socialist Workers League/Socialist Youth Alliance8.4M
Direct Action, No 20, May 22, 1972, Socialist Workers League/Socialist Youth Alliance18M
Direct Action, No 21, June 9, 1972, Socialist Workers League/Socialist Youth Alliance17M
Direct Action, No 22, June 30, 1972, Socialist Workers League/Socialist Youth Alliance18M
Direct Action, No 23, July 14, 1972, Socialist Workers League/Socialist Youth Alliance18M
Direct Action, No 24, August 3, 1972, Socialist Workers League/Socialist Youth Alliance17M
Direct Action, No 25, August 24, 1972, Socialist Workers League/Socialist Youth Alliance17M
Direct Action, No 26, September 14, 1972, Socialist Workers League/Socialist Youth Alliance17M
Direct Action, No 28, September 28, 1972, Socialist Workers League/Socialist Youth Alliance17M
Direct Action, No 28, October 13, 197217M
Direct Action, No 29, October 27, 197217M
Direct Action, No 30, November 9, 197218M
Direct Action, No 31, November 23, 19728.4M
Direct Action, No 32, December 7, 19728.7M
Direct Action, No 33, December 21, 197218M
Direct Action, No 34, January 18, 197317M
Direct Action, No 35, February 8, 197316M
Direct Action, No 36, February 22, 197316M
Direct Action, No 37, March 8, 197316M
Direct Action, No 38, March 29, 197317M
Direct Action, No 39, April 20, 197327M
Direct Action, No 40, May 10, 1973, Socialist Workers League/Socialist Youth Alliance24M
Direct Action, No 41, May 24, 1973, Socialist Workers League/Socialist Youth Alliance23M
Direct Action, No 42, June 14, 1973, Socialist Workers League/Socialist Youth Alliance17M
Direct Action, No 43, June 28, 1973, Socialist Workers League/Socialist Youth Alliance21M
Direct Action, No 44, July 19, 1973, Socialist Workers League/Socialist Youth Alliance24M
Direct Action, No 45, August 9, 1973, Socialist Workers League/Socialist Youth Alliance23M
Direct Action, No 46, August 23, 1973, Socialist Workers League/Socialist Youth Alliance23M
Direct Action, No 47, September 13, 1973, Socialist Workers League/Socialist Youth Alliance23M
Direct Action, No 48, September 27, 1973, Socialist Workers League/Socialist Youth Alliance22M
Direct Action, No 49, October 11, 1973, Socialist Workers League/Socialist Youth Alliance23M
Direct Action, No 50, October 25, 1973, Socialist Workers League/Socialist Youth Alliance23M
Resistance, No 8, January 1990, Resistance (formerly Socialist Youth Alliance)12M
Proposal for a new broad paper of the left, John Percy and Allen Myers, June 21, 1990151K
Dinner and rally for a red-green paper, 1990 (20th anniversary of Direct Action187K
The Battler No 1, November 17, 1972 to No 3, December 14, 1974, Socialist Workers Action Group13M
The Battler No 4, February 15, 1974 to No 14, December 17, 1975, Socialist Workers Action Group/International Socialists38M
The Battler No 15, February 7, 1976 to No 29, December 15, 1976, International Socialists67M
The Battler, No 30, February 2, 1977 to No 43, December 17, 197, International Socialists84M
The Battler, No 44, February 4, 1978 to December 2, 1978, International Socialists88M
Socialist Action-International Socialists draft fusion statement, 1990435K
The Socialist, No 241, September 1990, International Socialist Organisation15M
The Socialist, No 242, October 1990, International Socialist Organisation16M
The Socialist, No 243, November 1990, International Socialist Organisation13M
The Socialist, No 245, January 1991, International Socialist Organisation13M
The Socialist, No 246, February 1, 1991, International Socialist Organisation9.6M
The Socialist, No 249, March 15, 1991, International Socialist Organisation18M
Socialist Alternative, December-January, 1995-96 (cover only)499K
Socialist Action, No 26, December 1987 (cover only)72K
Socialist Action, No 37, February 1989 (p14 only)225K
Socialist Action, Seeing Red, Alec Kahn238K