Australian National Party ephemera

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Title Australian National Party ephemera
Abstract/Summary A42.1 Australian National Party presents its 20 point policy to electors. Brisbane, 1958, 2 p. 2.
Keyword Political parties -- Australia
Political activists
Australian National Party
Publisher Australian National Party
Research Fields, Courses and Disciplines 210303 Australian History (excl. Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander History)
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Additional Notes Australian National Party (1958- ) Objectives - To represent the people of Australia and uphold the rights of the individual; to oppose monopolistic practices, socialization and communism; to reduce taxes, wasteful government expenditure and hire purchase charges; to restore British immigration to 75% of the total; to deport migrants convicted of vicious crimes; to increase social services and restore full employment; to oppose salary rises for parliamentarians; to provide all possible opportunities for people to own land and businesses and to trade freely without unnecessary regulations; to restore primary production and settle all habitable land and to oppose the usurping of state government powers. Pubicists - Noel Condie, J. Rickbusch. The party stood candidates in the 1958 Federal elections. Its policies were influenced by those of the Australian Democratic Union.

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Created: Thu, 28 Jan 2010, 15:03:05 EST by Rose Wade on behalf of Fryer Library