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Industrial relations regime change in Britain and Australia

22 May 2008
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For many observers, Margaret Thatcher's industrial relations policy was the apotheosis of state anti-unionism. So why did the British labour movement, apparently so well-organised and robust, succumb so quickly and comprehensively to the efforts of Thatcher and her successors? And how might solving this puzzle help us to understand the past – and think about the future – of industrial relations and unionism in Australia?

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2008
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