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Title: Interview with Philip Bentley on industrial democracy
Authors: Bentley, Philip [Interviewee]
Lewkowicz, George [Interviewer]
Keywords: Don Dunstan
South Australia
Dunstan government
Industrial democracy
Philip Bentley
Industrial relations policy
Labor Party
Worker participation
Consultative councils
Premier's Department
Trade unions
Public service
Motor vehicle industry
Geoff Anderson
Charles Connelly
Ken Wang
Whitlam government
Hawke government
Issue Date: 30-Oct-2008
Abstract: Interview with Philip Bentley by George Lewkowicz from the Don Dunstan Foundation held on November 5, 2007. Philip Bentley, politician and economist, was Director of the Industrial Democracy Unit during Don Dunstan's government. In this interview he discusses industrial democracy, his memories of Don Dunstan and his experiences during that time.
Description: Don Dunstan Oral History Project interview transcripts. No conditions are imposed on the reuse of this transcript by the interviewee.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/2328/3212
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