The Victorian Royal Commission on Communism, 1949-50 : a study of anti-Communism in Australia
For the greater part of its history, the Communist Party of Australia has been a numerically tiny and politically ineffective organisation, isolated from the Labour Party by mutual animosity, and possessing only marginal influence in the Labour movement as a whole. Non-Labour parliamentarians seemed able to ignore these facts with impunity in their habitual utilisation of the Communist bogey at every Federal Election after 1925. But there was a period of years in the 1940's when their...[Show more]
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