Item F2460 - Papers, 1972-1977

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Papers, 1972-1977


  • 1972-1977. (Creation)

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43 items ; ill. ;

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Self-Management Group (1971-1977). Formerly the Revolutionary Socialist Party.
Objectives - S.M.G. was unified around the essential demand for workers' councils as the basis of a real democracy. In these councils people will have equal decision-making and be paid an equal wage. The Group did not see itself as yet another leadership, merely as people in socialist struggle where they live and work.
Publicists - Sue Bissett, Bruce Doyle, Esme Garner, Greg George, Peter Kearney, Tony Kneipp, L. Beams, Brian Laver, A. Theodore, Bobby Walker.
Note: Continued as Libertarian Socialist Organization and as Self-Management Organization (the latter became defunct).

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Papers relate to the Brisbane Self-Management Group and the Griffith University Cell. Discussion papers, notices and minutes of meetings, circulars.

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  • English

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Typescripts (duplicated, printed, photocopies and carbon copies) and manuscripts (some photocopies).
Some manuscript emendations.

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Migrated from LMS: April 2019, P.A.




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