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Victoria Rollison. The Future of Australia’s Trade Unions

A strong trade union movement is crucial to combating growing wealth inequality in the Australian economy. When asked in 2014 what Australia ‘had done right’ to defend the economy against the chronic wealth inequality experienced in the US, Nobel Prize … Continue reading

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John Menadue. The new compradors and the China-Australia Free Trade Agreement

Compradors are sometimes described as those who help a foreign country exploit their own. I was reminded of this when I read that the ALP Caucus had compromised its concerns over jobs for Australians and was prepared to waive the … Continue reading

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