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Australians believed that Australia was not being threatened by communism, and that the right of free speech and free association should not be restricted in a democratic country. Also, many workers saw Menzies as a greater threat and did not want him to take power away from the union- even if they had communists within them.

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Q: What was Australia's reaction to the threat of communism after World War 2?
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