Nothing to offer but fear? Non-Labor Federal electioneering in Australia, 1914-1954
Between 1914 and 1954 non-Labor federal politicians appealed for votes by claiming to guard property, the rule of law, and national loyalty, and denouncing the Labor Party as the enemy of these principles. Non-Labor electioneering comprised two aspects: 'limited', and 'threat and loyalty.' The former was based on proposals for national development and supposed that Labor's attitude to them was misguided, but not fundamentally dangerous. The latter was based on accusations that Labor...[Show more]
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