By Christine St Anne
A tremendous historical past starts off within the Nineteen Fifties at the waterfront as maritime unions push for a retirement rate reductions procedure that was once then the privilege of a minority of white-collar staff. It takes us throughout the ACTU's crusade for common, totally vested superannuation which resulted in the eventual passage of the superannuation warrantly in 1992.
The ardour and the politics round the early years of the background make manner for the emergence of superannuation cash and the expansion of the superannuation undefined, a area that used to be principally credited for shielding Australia from the worst results of the worldwide monetary hindrance.
In her study for the booklet, writer Christine St Anne performed quite a few interviews with pioneers of Australia's superannuation to permit their tale to learn of their personal phrases. it truly is a "Super background" says Christine and one each Australian can be proud of.
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A Super History by Christine St Anne