01 Jan 2001
Presents a pictorial guide through the first 100 years of political radicalism in Melbourne, focusing on the structures, streets and public places that remain today. Documents struggles and political victories and defeats from the city’s past. Part walking tour and part social archaelogy, it relates familiar city landmarks to historical events of the past. Foreword by Stuart Macintyre. Contains over 80 historical photos, maps, bibliography and index. Authors are brother and sister, both social activists who work in libraries in Melbourne.
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