Weller, Patrick Moray
Very little is known about the development of the
non-Labour parties in Australia. Furthermore, the emergence
of parties has seldom been the subject of theoretical
examination. In this thesis I suggest that the early stages
of development of any party can be studied by examining its
use of political resources, such as organization and ideology,
and its development of a collective identity.
Between 1894 and 1912 the non-Labor parties in New
South Wales and Tasmania gradually increased...[Show more]
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