P.R. Stephensen

Percy Reginald Stephensen was an Australian writer, publisher and political activist, first for the Communists and later for far-Right groups. He was born in Maryborough, Queensland. He was nicknamed "Inky", and attended the University of Queensland, where he joined the Communist Party in 1921. He gained a second-class honours degree in Modern Greats at Queen's College, Oxford where he studied as a Rhodes Scholar and was a member of the university branch of the Communist Party with A. J. P. Taylor, Graham Greene and Tom Driberg. His most significant work was The Foundations of Culture in Australia, which led to the foundation of the Jindyworobak Movement. Between the world ... more on Wikipedia

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