AUSTRALIA'S COMMUNIST PARTY DISSOLUTION ACT
AbstractFollowing a policy speech announcing that if he won a majority he would introduce legislation to dissolve the Australian Communist Party and make its revival in any form illegal, the Right Honorable R. G. Menzies became Prime Minister when the Liberals and their allies the Country Party won full control of the House of Representatives. The author explains the political situation immediately following the 1949 election, so that the legislative history of the Communist Party Dissolution Bill can be fully understood.
Keywords:Communists, Constitutional Law
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