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Socialism

 Subject
Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings

Found in 4 Collections and/or Records:

Illustrations for Chronicles of the Truth

 Item
Identifier: clels4
Scope and Contents

A collection of printed articles, printed newspaper clippings, image order and permission to publish forms, and a CD-ROM labelled ‘John Norton’. Topics included are capitalism, international relations, socialism and Rose Scott, a prominent member of the suffrage and temperance movements in Australia. The publication and subject matter date ranges are 1903-1927, with the order forms dating c. 2007.

Dates: Collection covers ca 1960-2010

Loose Papers

 Item
Identifier: clels6
Scope and Contents

A collection of slide-notes and handwritten notes that seem to be for a lecture presentation. The themes discussed include depression-era New Zealand, New Zealand democracy, race-relations in New Zealand, achievement and prosperity, imperialism, socialism and the ‘utopia’ idea. Publication date is unknown. The Subject matter date range is c. 1864-1981.

Dates: Collection covers ca 1960-2010

Pamphlets on socialism and related topics, 1875-1949

 Series
Identifier: hisjs02
Scope and Contents The pamphlet collection has largely been catalogued into the general pamphlet collection and includes: The Socialist movement / Annie Besant. Mining rents and royalties / J. Morrison Davidson. Socialism and slavery / H. M. Hyndman. A summary of the principles of socialism / H. M. Hyndman and William Morris. The economic consequences of Mr. Churchill / John Maynard Keynes. Law and authority / Pierre Kropotkine. The martyrdom of Ferrer / Joseph McCabe. The moral basis of socialism /...
Dates: 1875-1949

The world's wealth for the world's workers!, n.d. [1970s]

 Item
Identifier: ocot044
Scope and Contents

Light tan poster with bold red text 'The World's Wealth for the World's Workers!'. In the centre is a black drawing showing women in various situations, including protest marches, welding, holding guns and sewing. Yellow text in the middle reads 'Socialism for New Zealand'. Poster edges torn.

Dates: n.d. [1970s]