One Nation and the Australian far right

@article{BenMoshe2001OneNA,
  title={One Nation and the Australian far right},
  author={Danny Ben‐Moshe},
  journal={Patterns of Prejudice},
  year={2001},
  volume={35},
  pages={24 - 40}
}
One Nation, the Australian anti-immigration political party, was not created by, nor has it ever been controlled by, organized racist groups, but it has had extensive, although mostly informal, ties with them. These have ranged from the promotion of One Nation by racist groups and their leaders to some of their members holding positions within the party. One Nation has never taken action against the involvement in the party of racist groups, both because it needed the support of those groups in… Expand
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