Australia, New Zealand, and Socialism (Part 1)

Authors

  • - An Australian Socialist (anon.)

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.14452/MR-001-10-1950-02_3

Keywords:

Marxism

Abstract

Though the Australians have their origins in the British Isles, they are not a cross-section of the people of the United Kingdom. They do not live in English, Irish, Scottish, or Welsh communities, and there is a higher proportion of Irish (and Roman Catholics) and Scottish (and Presbyterians) than in the motherland. Furthermore, the employers include a higher proportion of Presbyterians than their total number warrants, while the Australian Labor Party contains a disproportionate number of Roman Catholics among its leaders and organizers.

Published

1950-02-03

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