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date: 05 June 2020

Waterfront crisis, The, 

The Oxford Companion to New Zealand Literature
Lawrence JonesLawrence Jones

of 1951, came about when the Waterside Workers Union, engaged in a wage dispute, refused to work overtime hours until the dispute was settled and were consequently refused work by their employers. The union considered that they were victims of a lockout, but the government, in the context of the Korean ... ...

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