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Humphrey Dennis McQueen (born 26 June 1942) is an Australian socialist historian and cultural commentator. He is associated with the development of the Australian New Left, as a political activist and public intellectual.Williams-Brooks, Llewellyn (2016). "Radical Theories of Capitalism in Australia", Honours Thesis, University of Sydney, viewed 20 April 2017,http://hdl.handle.net/2123/16655 His most iconic work A New Britannia McQueen, H 1970/2004, A New Britannia, University of Queensland Press, Brisbane, p.31 gained notoriety for challenging the dominant approach to Australian history developed by the Old Left.Bongiorno, F 2008, “Two Radical Legends: Russel Ward, Humphrey McQueen and the New Left Challenge in Australian Historiography”, Journal of Australian Colonial History, Vol. 10, No. 2, pp. 201–222. He has written books on history, the media, politics and the visual arts.Men of Flowers, with Peter Lyssiotis and Wayne Stock, Masterthief, 2010,

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