ANYONE WHO STOOD and watched the December 8 workers' march against the Industrial Relations Bill must have been impressed by one thing—how smoothly professional anarchy is these days. Any idea that the march was a spontaneous gesture is laughable. The tremendous organization behind it was so obvious; thousands of brightly‐coloured posters do not print themselves on the spur of the moment. Each carried a slogan like ‘Only Slaves Cannot Withdraw Their Labour’ or, with a picture of a policeman, ‘Introducing Your Next Personnel Officer’. Ordinary men and women do not think up such fear‐mongering words.
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