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(a) To promote loyalty to the Christian concept of God, to the Crown, and to the Country.
(b) To advocate genuine competitive individual enterprise and personal initiative.
(c) To defend private ownership and advocate its extension in order that individual freedom with security shall be available to all.
(d) To attack and expose government-by regulation and bureaucratic interference with economic and social activities.
(e) To take steps designed to secure to the individual very definite rights which no government can take away, and especially steps which defend the written constitution.
(f) To defend the Rule of law which makes all equal before the Law.
(g) To stress the value of our system of Common Law, originally built up in Great Britain, to protect the rights of the individual; and to that end, to expose corruption and partiality in all their forms.
(h) To expose the manner in which the safe guards of individual rights and liberties are being destroyed.
(I) To emphasise the value of the Senate and of Legislative Councils.
(j) To expose and oppose all anti-British propaganda and actions, irrespective of their origin.
(h) To take such other actions as may be deemed desirable to promote the policy of the League.
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