A History of the Democratic Socialist Party and Resistance, Volume 1
Resistance is the first volume of a projected three volume history of the Democratic Socialist party and the youth organisation Resistance, which today constitute the main current of the Australian far left. This volume covers the tumultuous period from 1965 to 1972.
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THE CAMPAIGN AGAINST THE VIETNAM WAR
RESISTANCE is FORMED
THE FIGHT TO BUILD A PARTY
THE SPLIT IN RESISTANCE
RESISTANCE FOUNDING NATIONAL CONFERENCE 777
OLD LEFT AND NEW LEFT
CONSOLIDATION OF OUR CURRENT
activists activity Adelaide anti-war movement archives ASIO August Australia became Bob Gould branch Brisbane building Bulletin campaign Canberra capitalist centre committee Communist Party comrades Dave Holmes December democratic demonstrations developed Direct Action discussion document early elected entrism founding conference Fourth International Freney Healyite high school Ian Macdougall initially issue January Jim Percy joined Labor Club Labor Party later leaders leadership magazine majority Maoists March Marxist mass meeting Melbourne membership militant mobilised Moratorium Nick Origlass Pablo paper perspective political posters protest radical recruited Resistance revolution revolutionary socialist Roger Barnes role secretary September social Socialist Labour League Socialist Review Group Socialist Workers League socialist youth Sol Salby Soviet split Stalinist Street struggle Student Underground supporters Sydney University Sylvia Hale tactic trade union Trotskyist Trotskyist group ultra-left Vietnam Vietnamese vote women's liberation young youth organisation youth radicalisation