That damned democrat: John Norton, an Australian populist, 1858-1916 (Don Woodward Collection)
From the Collection of Unions Ballarat 24 Camp Street Ballarat Victoria
- Book; 178 pages.
Dustjacket: pink background; illustration of Norton wielding a stick and a woman; picture of jury testimonials about Norton; photo of Norton's grave (back); black lettering; author's name and title.
Cover: brown background; gold lettering; author's name and title.
- 24 cm
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- Biography of John Norton (1858-1916) and examples of his journalistic works. Norton was a journalist and a propagandist for the labor movement. He was a delegate to the trades union congresses in London and Paris. He was a representative of for the Phillip and Flinders wards on Sydney Municipal Council. Norton's personal history includes accusations of violent behaviour, moral turpitude, fraud and deception, blackmail, theft and murder.
- Cannon, Michael (Author)
- Trade unions - NSW. Politics - municipal councils. Media - journalism.
- In blue ink, "CM7486".
- 4 Dec 2018 at 4:29PM