Talk:Agrarian socialism

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Query of Australian National party being listed as agrarian socialist

As an Australian familiar with domestic politics it seems quite misleading for the Australian National Party to be listed as a potential agrarian socialist party (without any references and supporting argument). The Nationals do represent country interests, but do not seem to be 'socialist' in any way - tending more to be liberal capitalist. 124.149.199.27 (talk) 07:18, 5 February 2010 (UTC)