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SPECIAL GUEST: Graeme Campbell, father of modern Australian Nationalism tells his story
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SPECIAL GUEST: Graeme Campbell, father of modern Australian Nationalism tells his story

Backbench Drivers Episode 11
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Former WA Labor/Independent MP, father of modern Australian nationalism, founder of the now-defunct Australia First party and author of the content-dense history of Australian multicultural and immigration policy ‘Australia Betrayed’, Graeme Campbell joined Matthew and John this week to tell the story of his time in politics, as well as give his thoughts on modern immigration policy, Australia first foreign policy, the Voice to parliament, and Australian nationalist strategy in the modern day. Graeme is a living legend and this was an extremely informative episode, I very much look forward to bringing him back on many future episodes.

Please excuse the poor audio quality in some parts, this interview had to be recorded entirely over the phone and enhanced in retrospect.

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