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Police on guard outside the High Court, Darlinghurst, where documents on the Communist Party Dissolution Act are locked.
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In 1950 the Menzies Government passed The Communist Party Dissolution Act that provided for the Party assets to be seized and reversed the onus of proof
that declared communists had to prove their innocence before the High Court. Not surprisingly, the legislation was immediately the subject of legal challenge
and on 6 March 1951 the High Court delivered its verdict: by a majority of 6 to 1 it declared the Act constitutionally invalid. The Court decision prompted Prime
Minister Menzies to seek a double dissolution from the Governor-General. The resulting election on 28 April 1951 returned the coalition with a slightly reduced majority in the House of Representatives but with control of the Senate. A
referendum on The Communist Party Dissolution Act held on 22 September 1951 referendum failed.

Constable Geoff Millgate with Darwin School Bus and children