The Country Party in New South Wales: a study of organisation and survival
For more than half a century the Country Party in Australia has defied predictions that it would collapse or wither away, fates suggested by its small parliamentary numbers and the narrow basis of its electoral support. This book is a study of the anatomy of an unusual political party. Professor Aitkin pursues the twin themes of ideology and organisation to find out to what extent the Country Party owes its survival to the ideas and philosophy it espouses and to the nature of the organisation...[Show more]
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