Urban power ... crucial linkages : non-nuclear futures

Crow, Ruth (1977) Urban power ... crucial linkages : non-nuclear futures. unpublished. (Unpublished)


October 1977 was a month of mobilisation of the anti-uranium movement. The widespread support for the Movement Against Uranium Mining has shown in a variety of ways in localities all over Melbourne ... people taking over the parks and streets, marching from suburbs to the city and through the city itself, with street stalls of anti-uranium protestors mushrooming in numerous shopping centres. The October Mobilisation seems to have ushered in a new period of urban struggle and is rapidly developing new ways of gaining mass support.

Item type Other
URI https://vuir.vu.edu.au/id/eprint/16128
Subjects Historical > FOR Classification > 1205 Urban and Regional Planning
Current > Collections > Crow Papers
Historical > FOR Classification > 1606 Political Science
Keywords anti-uranium movement, Movement Against Uranium Mining, Melbourne, urban issues, non-nuclear future, urban energy, community facilities, Australian Conservation Foundation, uranium mining, health services, welfare, child care, self-help groups, Brotherhood of St. Laurence, Centre for Urban Research and Action, Fitzroy Ecumenical Centre, Ecumenical Migrant Centre, consumerist movement, Marjaleeno Repo, class strugle, community groups, 1960's, urban renewal, freeways, neighbourhood planning, classless society, white-collar workers, Manuel Castells, North Melbourne, Citizens Action Plan for North Melbourne, Committee for Urban Action, Combined City of Melbourne Associations, Royal Australian Institute of Architects, Royal Planning Institute, National Trust, Victorian Council of Social Services, town planning, Melbourne City Council Strategy Plan, union movement, Amalgamated Engineering Union, suburbanisation, trade union movement, Union of Australian Women, Australian Teacher's Federation, CROW-BOX3-3-10-DOC16
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