All for Australia League
The All for Australia League was a minor Australian political party that operated in New South Wales in 1931. The party was established in February 1931. It represented an alternative to the existing conservative parties the United Australia Party and the Country Party, and was generally seen as more right-wing than either. Gordon Bennett was prominent in the League. The party declined after 1931. It dissolved in February 1932 when it merged with the Nationalists to establish the New South Wales division of the United Australia Party.
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