- Woman worker
- Communist Party of Australia [This scan courtesy of the State Library of Victoria], 1928-1929
Describes the effects of the Russian revolution on women. Decries the lot of the working woman in capitalist countries as "the slave of the so-called 'home' where she bears the brunt of the economic dependenc of the male 'supporter' on capitalism".
Advocates a "militant women's movement" as part of "the bigger fight for the emancipation of the working class" and describes recent examples of female participation in industrial disputes.