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Wednesday, 30 August 1972
Page: 531


Senator Douglas McClelland (NEW SOUTH WALES) - I ask the Minister representing the PostmasterGeneral what particular ideology he asserts is involved in the ideological group within the Australian Broadcasting Commission to which he referred in his answers to Senator Carrick and Senator Wriedt.


Senator GREENWOOD - There is an ideological viewpoint of which Senator Douglas McClelland is well aware. It goes under the names of Marcusian and new leftism. It finds expression in a host of bodies in this country of which, for example, the Workers' Students Alliance is one and the Communist Party is another. A host of groups express this ideology in varying ways. In short, it is the ideology which would seek to pull down what we have at the present time and leave for the future what would be put in its place.







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