Deposit N166 - Liz Ross Collection

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N166

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Liz Ross Collection

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  • 1980 - 2006 (Creation)

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1.8 m (9 type 1 boxes)

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Elizabeth (Liz) Ross is a socialist activist based in Melbourne, Victoria. She was a union delegate in the Department of Social Security for ten years during the Hawke government and a campaigner for women and gay rights since 1972. Ross is author of Dare to struggle, dare to win! Builders Labourers fight deregistration, 1981-94 published by Vulgar Press in 2004.

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Research undertaken in preparation for Liz Ross’ book Dare to struggle, dare to win! : Builders Labourers fight deregistration 1981-1994. Includes transcripts of interviews, newspaper photos, leaflets, newspaper clippings, journals, stickers, cartoons, sound cassettes and videos, memorabilia.

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Entered from deposit description on 20 August 2012

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