|SENATE SELECT COMMITTEE ON INDUSTRIAL RELATIONS LEGISLATION Final Report October 82||1|
|SENATE SELECT COMMITTEE ON INDUSTRIAL RELATIONS LEGISLATION Final Report October 1982||3|
|SUMMARY OF OBSERVATIONS, CONCLUSIONS AND RECOMMENDATIONS||13|
|CHAPTER 1 INTRODUCTION||19|
|CHAPTER 2 THE FEDERAL CONCILIATION AND ARBITRATION SYSTEM ORIGINS AND OVERVIEW||25|
|CHAPTER 3 INDUSTRY-BASED UNIONS||33|
|CHAPTER 4 ABOLITION OF PREFERENCE||55|
|CHAPTER 5 STAND-DOWNS||87|
|CHAPTER 6 OTHER PROVISIONS OF THE CONCILIATION AND ARBITRATION AMENDMENT BILL 1982||109|
|DISSENTING REPORT BY SENATOR HAMER, SENATOR WALTERS AND SENATOR THE RT. HON. R.G WITHERS||127|
|APPENDIX 1 LIST OF PERSONS AND ORGANIZATIONS WHO PROVIDED THE COMMITTEE WITH SUBMISSIONS OR OTHER WRITTEN MATERIAL||131|
|APPENDIX 2 LIST OF WITNESSES WHO APPEARED BEFORE THE COMMITTEE||135|
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| author1=Australia. Parliament. Senate. Select Committee on Industrial Relations Legislation.
| author2=Australia. Parliament.
| title=Final report, October 82
| section=xvi, 119 pages ; 25 cm.
| series=Parliamentary paper (Australia. Parliament) ;
| issue=PP no. 251 of 1982
| publisher=Government Printer
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