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Australian Communist Party v Commonwealth (Communist Party Case) (1951)

This case considered the defence power of the Commonwealth and whether an attempt by the Commonwealth to dissolve the Australian Communist Party was a valid exercise of the defence power and whether or not it could be used in times of peace.

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Australian Communist Party v Commonwealth (Communist Party Case) (1951) 83 CLR 1
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