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  • No author (1972) “Worker control conference. The Builders Labourer.” Box 16, Item 123
  • No author (1973) “Why Green Bans? Pamphlet authorised by Bob Pringle, President, NSW Builders Labourers Federation”. Box 16, Item 125
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