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Progressive Conservative Party (Australia)

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Progressive Conservative Party (Australia)

The Progressive Conservative Party was a far right Australian political party that contested the 1980 federal election. Its stated aims included the reintroduction of the White Australia Policy, an end to Asian immigration to Australia, the cessation of foreign aid, and higher tax concessions to non-working mothers.[1] Its candidates included the former independent Western Australian Senator Syd Negus.


  1. ^ Jaensch, Dean & Mathieson, David (1998). A plague on both your houses: minor parties in Australia, Allen & Unwin, 115
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