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Australian Left Review

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New Turn For Actu


Bernie Taft


THE 1967 ACTU CONGRESS which was the most significant of the post-war years had also the most unexcepted outcome. For months experts of various kinds had confidently predicted that the shift to the right which had occurred at the 1965 Congress would be taken further and consolidated at the 1967 Congress, due particularly to the presence of the large Australian Workers’ Union delegation. In fact, the entry of the AWU into the ACTU was seen as part of an overall plan to strengthen right-wing domination of the ACTU.



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