Harry Scott Bennett

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Harry Scott Bennett (1 June 1877 – 24 May 1959), originally Henry Gilbert Scott Bennett, was an Australian socialist speaker and organiser. He was born in Chilwell, Victoria and died in Sydney.

He was MLA for Ballarat West, Victoria for the Australian Labor Party 1904–07.

He spent 1913–15 in New Zealand (where John A. Lee heard him while they were in prison) and 1915-17 in the United States.

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