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Kath Williams : The Unions and the Fight for Equal Pay
"A much needed contribution to feminist and labour history." --Lyndall Ryan
One of Australia's most important activists for women's rights, Kath Williams was a trade unionist and a communist before taking on the mantle of feminist after World War II. With a trade unionist ex-husband who was elected to Federal Politics opposing her left wing campaigns, Kath emerged as a feisty and quietly determined woman. Her campaign of conviction was the major force behind the country's achievement of equal pay for women.
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May 01, 2001
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