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A truncated and unformatted biographical extract follows:A long-term communist activist and an important figure on the left, Freney joined the Labor Party at 16, the Communist Party of Australia (CPA) at 18, and then the Trotskyist movement, which led him to work in Algeria and South Africa. Returning to Australia in 1968, he set up Liberation, a centre where young people could gather and talk politics.In 1970 he rejoined the CPA, believing that it had definitively broken with Stalinism. He participated in many social movements, including being one of....
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11 Jun 2003
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