Labour History

‘Sindicalistas Australianos’: A Case Study of International Trade Unionism

Labour History (2007), 93, (1), 197–212.

Abstract

In March 1974 a delegation of Australian trade unionists travelled to Chile to investigate the situation under the newly installed military government. Labour historians have largely ignored this episode. This article will examine the events both leading up to and including the delegation, and restore them to their rightful place in the historical record. It will also frame the delegation as an example of internationalism in progress rather than an illustration of any one model of internationalism.

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Jones, Ann

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