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Rusted on - grassroots activists within Australia’s political parties oral history project [sound recording]
Bib ID 6073682
Format AudioAudio [sound recording]
Access Conditions Access conditions vary. 
Description 2012- 
< 15 > interviews. 
Summary

This project will interview active local Branch level, long-term rank and file members of Australian political parties that have, or have had, representation in federal parliament. The project will focus on the nature of local party based political activism in the 20th century before the impact of social media on political participation.

Notes

Interviews conducted by Aron Paul.

This is a joint oral history project conducted by the National Library of Australia and the Museum of Australian Democracy at Old Parliament House.

Recorded from 22 July 2012- [ongoing].

DCM record; National Library of Australia, Oral History and Folklore collection;

Subjects Political activists - Australia - Interviews.  |  Political participation - Australia - History - 20th century.  |  Social movements - Australia.  |  Australia - Politics and government - 20th Century.
Other authors/contributors Paul, Aron, Interviewer  |  Museum of Australian Democracy at Old Parliament House  |  National Library of Australia

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