Labour History: A Journal of Labour and Social History

Police, Radicals and the Media in the 1971 Springbok Protests

Labour History: A Journal of Labour and Social History (2016), 110, (1), 179–185.

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*This paper was delivered at an event entitled “Operation Satour: The 1971 Springbok Tour of Queensland” at the Queensland Police Museum, Brisbane, 24 February 2013. The sound recording and transcript of this talk can be found at the Radical Times Historical Archive website,http://radicaltimes.info/HTML/popup05a.html. Thanks go to Peter Gray and the Brisbane Discussion Circle for initially offering this paper toLabour History. Google Scholar

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Knight, Alan