Convict Workers: Reinterpreting Australia's Past
Cambridge University Press, 1988 - History - 246 pages
In a radical new interpretation of Australia's past, based on exhaustive and detailed analysis of recORD this book shows that the convicts sent to Australia were not professional criminals, but ORD work skills, essential to the forging of a new economy and society. By illuminating the contribution of the convict workers to Australia's economic and social development, a fresh historical understanding of Australia's early history emerges.
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