The party was founded in 1987 by Blacktown Deputy Mayor Joe Bryant, and its positions included reducing workers' compensation, instituting voluntary unionism, and the elimination of unemployment benefits and the flat tax. The party had links to far right groups such as the Australian League of Rights. Party leader Bryant would later resurface as a republican and supporter of Pauline Hanson.
- Saleam, James (December 1999). "The Other Radicalism: An inquiry into contemporary Australian extreme right ideology, politics and organization 1975–1995". University of Sydney: Department of Government and Public Administration. pp. 302–306. Retrieved 3 February 2010.
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