"No time is inopportune for a protest": aspects of the political activities of Marjorie Barnard and Flora Eldershaw Dever, Maryanne

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Political science; Women's issues/gender studies; Authors -- Political activity
The political activities of Australian writers Marjorie Barnard and Flora Eldershaw included their authorship of books and policies that reflect political ideologies. Barnard denies participating or joining any political group though several of her works prove that she provided services to the Australian Liberal Party. Furthermore, both Eldershaw and Barnard were found to play significant roles in the forming of the Fellowship of Australian Writers' policies concerning political issues.
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