Middle Class Party (Australia)

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The Middle Class Party was an Australian political party formed in 1943.

The party was led by Hector Dwyer, and was formed on 8 April 1943 at a meeting of the Australian Bank Officials' Organisation. It claimed to represent Australia's middle class, a claim that would be echoed by Robert Menzies' formation of the Liberal Party of Australia a year later.[1]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Political parties". The Mail. 5 June 1943.