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Leading New Zealand historians re-explore the 1913 Great Strike through the eyes of the state, the police, the strikers, the militants, the moderates, and the ruling and working classes. The 1913 strike remains the most violent strike in New Zealand's history.
Melanie Nolan was Associate Professor of History at Victoria University of Wellington before taking up a research and teaching position in history at the Australian National University in Canberra.