New Australia

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New Australia

n
(Placename) the colony on socialist principles founded by William Lane in Paraguay in 1893
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The New Australia movement, however, was also founded upon dominant racial ideas that found currency within late nineteenth century Australian working-class communities.
A significant amount of scholarly research already exists on the racial ideology behind the New Australia movement, as typified within the writings of William Lane.
While these works are important contributions towards the understanding of working-class racism in pre-Federation Australia, almost as a consequence, they do not follow the New Australia movement after it left the shores of Australia.
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