Green Bans, Red Union: Environmental Activism and the New South Wales Builders Labourers' Federation

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CONTENTS
List of illustrationsvii
Abbreviationsix
Preface and acknowledgmentsxi
PART 1: PEOPLE BEFORE PROFITS1
1 The world's first green bans3
2 The preconditions for radical unionism12
3 The greening of the union36
PART 2: A NEW CONCEPT OF UNIONISM59
4 Organisational principles and practices61
5 Industrial relations strategies77
6 Civilising the industry103
7 Pioneering social-movement unionism121
8 Feminism and machismo: women as builders labourers146
PART 3: PREVENTING THE PLUNDER167
9 Defending the open spaces169
10 Preserving the built environment194
11 Saving the national estate228
12 Breaking the bans, breaking the union248
13 Green Bans Forever?276
Endnotes300
Sources324
Index339

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Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents v
  • List of Illustrations vii
  • Abbreviations ix
  • Preface and Acknowledgments xi
  • Part 1 - People Before Profits 1
  • The World's First Green Bans 3
  • 3 - The Greening of the Union 36
  • Part 2 - A New Concept of Unionism 59
  • 4 - Organisational Principles and Practices 61
  • 5 - Industrial Relations Strategies 77
  • 6 - Civilising the Industry 103
  • 7 - Pioneering Social Movement Unionism 121
  • 8 - Feminism and Machismo: Women as Builders Labourers 146
  • Part 3 - Preventing the Plunder 167
  • Defending the Open Spaces 169
  • 10 - Preserving the Built Environment 194
  • 11 - Saving the National Estate 228
  • 12 - Breaking the Bans, Breaking the Union 248
  • 13 - Green Bans Forever? 276
  • Endnotes 300
  • Sources 324
  • Index 339
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