Encyclopedia of Anti-Revisionism On-Line

E. F. Hill

The Great Cause of Australian Independence


First Published: November 1977.
Transcription, Editing and Markup: Paul Saba
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1. Chaos And Disorder In Australia And The World

2. The Evolution And Existence Of A Coercive State Machine And Its Central Place In Politics

3. Deception Of The People

4. Socialism And Communism

5. The Development Of Revolutionary Theory

6. Further Development Of Revolutionary Theory

7. Some Particular Features Of Australia

8. Aspects Of Australia’s Independence And Dependence

9. Many Sections Involved In Independence

10. Struggle For Independence Widens – Democratic Liberty

11. Literature And Art Of Independence And Dependence

12. The Nature Of Independence Struggle

13. Continuing Revolution By Stages

14. Correct Ideas Of Independence Struggle Arise From Australia’s Social Conditions

15. The Vision Splendid – The New Society