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  1. Whitlam / Brian Carroll
    Carroll, Brian, 1930-
    [ Book : 2011 ]
    Possibly online
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    Whitlam / Brian Carroll
  2. The truth of the matter [Gough Whitlam]
    Whitlam, Gough, 1916-2014
    [ Book, Audio book : 1979-2019 ]
    At 126 libraries
    The truth of the matter [Gough Whitlam]
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    2015-11-17 12:48:50.0

    First published in 1979, this is Mr Whitlam's own account of the dismissal of his Government by the then Governor-General. this edition of the book coincides with the thirtieth anniversary of the Dismissal.

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  3. AUSTRALIA: Election 1975 The Australian Women's Weekly presents History in the Making
    The Australian Women's Weekly (1933 - 1982) Wednesday 17 December 1975 p 181 Article Illustrated
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    This is a feature article written in the lead up to the 1975 election. It includes an easy to read explanation of the events leading up to the dismissal of the Whitlam Government, the advice of the Chief Justice of the High Court to the Governor-General and correspondence from the Governor-General, Mr Malcolm Fraser and Buckingham Palace. There is also a brief history of the Liberal and Labor Parties.

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  4. Portrait of Gough Whitlam, Prime Minister of Australia, December 2nd 1972-1975 / Australian Information Service
    Australian Information Service
    [ Photograph : 1972-1975 ]
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    Portrait of Gough Whitlam, Prime Minister of Australia, December 2nd 1972-1975 / Australian Information Service
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    2015-12-22 11:13:46.0

    The Whitlam Government was elected in 1972. Some key achievements were:

    ending conscription and withdrawing troops from Vietnam;

    introducing universal health care with the establishment of Medicare;

    opening the Australian economy by cutting tariffs by 25% across the board in the 1973 budget and establishing the Industries Assistance Commission (the forerunner of the Productivity Commission) in 1974;

    promoting competition in the Australian economy with the enactment of the Trade Practices Act 1974 which outlawed price fixing, collusion and cartel behaviour;

    establishing the Regional Employment Development Scheme in September 1974 to create jobs in areas that were suffering most from unemployment;

    establishing the Foreign Investment Advisory Committee (the forerunner to the current Foreign Investment Review Board) in 1975 to monitor the level of foreign investment and to regulate the takeover of Australian companies;

    enacting family law legislation, creating the first no fault divorce procedure in the world, with the new Family Court of Australia becoming operation in January 1976;

    enacting legislation for the establishment of Legal Aid Offices around the country and for the establishment of the Australian Law Reform Commission;

    legislating against racial discrimination with enactment of he Racial Discrimination Act 1975;

    lowering the voting age to 18; and

    establishing the Australian National Parks and Wildlife Service in 1974 as part of the Department of Environment and Conservation (which was a newly formed department in 1972).

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  5. [Gough Whitlam, Sir John Kerr and Sir Garfield Barwick] Pryor
    Pryor, Geoff, 1944-
    [ Art work : 1983 ]
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    [Gough Whitlam, Sir John Kerr and Sir Garfield Barwick] Pryor
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    The key figures in the Dismissal were The Prime Minister, Gough Whitlam, the Opposition Leader, Malcolm Fraser, and the Governor-General, Sir John Kerr. After consulting the Chief Justice, Sir Garfield Barwick, the Governor-General informed Whitlam that he had withdrawn his commission.

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  6. [Mr David Smith, official secretary to the Governor-General, reads the proclamation dissolving both Houses of Parliament on the steps of Parliament House, Canberra, on November 11, 1975. Behind him is Mr Whitlam, 2]
    Australian Information Service
    [ Photograph : 1975 ]
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    [Mr David Smith, official secretary to the Governor-General, reads the proclamation dissolving both Houses of Parliament on the steps of Parliament House, Canberra, on November 11, 1975. Behind him is Mr Whitlam, 2]
  7. It is time: He's PM
    [ Poster, chart, other : 1972 ]
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    At State Library VIC
    It is time: He's PM
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    2015-12-22 10:49:28.0

    The election slogan for the Labor Party during the 1972 election was 'It's Time' and the newspaper headline plays on this slogan. The Australian Labor Party had been in Opposition since 1949 before winning Government in 1972.

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  8. From the people who pioneered child endowment:...It's time. Vote 1 Australian Labor Party
    [ Poster, chart, other : 1983 ]
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    At State Library VIC
    From the people who pioneered child endowment:...It's time. Vote 1 Australian Labor Party
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    Universal health care was part of the Labor Party platform in the 1972 election and legislation to implement that election commitment was introduced very early in the Government's term.

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    Medibank began operations on 1 July 1975 (and was later renamed Medicare under the Hawke Government in 1984)

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  10. The Prime Minister Gough Whitlam is taken on a tour of the wreckage in Darwin, 1974 / Bruce Howard
    Howard, Bruce, 1936-
    [ Photograph : 1974 ]
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    The Prime Minister Gough Whitlam is taken on a tour of the wreckage in Darwin, 1974 / Bruce Howard
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    On Christmas Eve 1974, 65 people lost their lives when a cyclone destroyed 90 per cent of homes in Darwin. Residents were without shelter, power, transport or water and sewerage services. Acting Prime Minister Jim Cairns ordered the evacuation of the population. Whitlam returned from a trip to Europe and inspected the devastation.

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    The Whitlam Government campaigned in the 1972 election against Australia's involvement in the Vietnam War. One of the earliest decisions of the Government on election was to abolish conscription and withdraw Australian troops.

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    Gough Whitlam had visited the People's Republic of China in 1971 shortly before US President Richard Nixon's historic visit that year.
    In January 1973, Australia re-opened its embassy in Peking, resuming diplomatic relations with the People’s Republic of China after 24 years. Whitlam's visit in 1973 was the first visit by an Australian Prime Minister to China. A trade agreement was concluded, marking the beginning of Australia's important trading relationship with China.

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    On 16 September, 1975 Papua New Guinea became independent, ending remaining Australian responsibilities in the self-governing country. The Whitlam Government had instituted self government for the two territories of Papua and New Guinea shortly after coming to office. Papua had been administered by Australia since 1909 and New Guinea since 1919.

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  14. "What about the quality of life for our future generations?" [Gough Whitlam with a foreign investor and Uncle Sam, withdrawing Australia from sale] McCrae
    McCrae, Stewart, 1919-
    [ Art work : 1972-1975 ]
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    At National Library
    "What about the quality of life for our future generations?" [Gough Whitlam with a foreign investor and Uncle Sam, withdrawing Australia from sale] McCrae
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    The Whitlam Government established the Foreign Investment Advisory Committee in 1975 to monitor the level of foreign investment in Australia and to regulate the takeover of Australian companies.

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  15. "Don't you think it's a little lopsided!" [taxpayer to Gough Whitlam deflating the private sector with tariff cuts while Frank Crean uses government spending to inflate the public sector] McCrae
    McCrae, Stewart, 1919-
    [ Art work : 1972-1975 ]
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    At National Library
    "Don't you think it's a little lopsided!" [taxpayer to Gough Whitlam deflating the private sector with tariff cuts while Frank Crean uses government spending to inflate the public sector] McCrae
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    2015-12-22 10:18:26.0

    Tariffs were cut by 25% across the board with immediate effect in the 1973 budget. It became one of Labor's most unpopular decisions with factory layoffs blamed on the tariff cuts.

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  16. "I shot an arrow into the air. It fell to earth - I do not care!" [Gough Whitlam and Frank Crean firing a revaluation arrow which misses inflation but endangers miners and the rural sector] McCrae
    McCrae, Stewart, 1919-
    [ Art work : 1972-1975 ]
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    "I shot an arrow into the air. It fell to earth - I do not care!" [Gough Whitlam and Frank Crean firing a revaluation arrow which misses inflation but endangers miners and the rural sector] McCrae
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    2015-12-22 11:45:54.0

    The Whitlam Government revalued the Australian dollar by 25% in the 9 months to September 1974 in an attempt to curb inflation. However, the appreciation of the currency was not sufficient to prevent a big increase in inflation with damaging impacts on the economy and exporters.

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  17. Mr. Whitlam discusses International Women's Year with two members of the National Advisory Committee, Ms. Elizabeth Reid and the Secretary of the Australian Government's Department of the Media, Mr. James Oswin / Australian Information Service photog ...
    Lindsay, Malcolm
    [ Photograph : 1974 ]
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    Mr. Whitlam discusses International Women's Year with two members of the National Advisory Committee, Ms. Elizabeth Reid and the Secretary of the Australian Government's Department of the Media, Mr. James Oswin / Australian Information Service photograph by Malcolm Lindsay
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    2015-12-22 10:38:44.0

    In June 1974 the government appointed a national advisory committee for the United Nations’ proposed International Women’s Year in 1975. Margaret Whitlam chaired the committee and Elizabeth Reid, the Prime Minister’s adviser on women, headed the committee’s secretariat.

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  18. Prime minister Gough Whitlam pours soil into the hand of Gurindji Traditional Land Owner Vincent Lingiari at Wattie Creek, Northern Territory, 16 August 1975 / Mervyn Bishop
    Bishop, Mervyn, 1945-
    [ Photograph : 1975-2014 ]
    Languages: No linguistic content
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    At National Library
    Prime minister Gough Whitlam pours soil into the hand of Gurindji Traditional Land Owner Vincent Lingiari at Wattie Creek, Northern Territory, 16 August 1975 / Mervyn Bishop
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    2015-12-22 11:15:51.0

    In August 1975, Mr Vincent Lingiari an elder of the Gurindji people, formally accepted the title deeds to a part of the traditional lands of the Gurindji people. This was the culmination of a decade of struggle since the Gurindji first walked off Wave Hill Station to claim their traditional lands at Daguragu.
    Whitlam's gesture of pouring sand into Lingiari's hands was intended to symbolically reverse a similar act in 1834 when the transfer of land to a white settler, John Batman, was supposedly formalised when an aboriginal elder had poured earth into Batman’s hands.

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  19. [Passing the buck on Aboriginal affairs, including Gough Whitlam, Gordon Bryant, Charles Perkins and Departmental secretary Barrie Dexter] Moir
    Moir, Alan (Alan Charles), 1945-
    [ Art work : 1974 ]
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    [Passing the buck on Aboriginal affairs, including Gough Whitlam, Gordon Bryant, Charles Perkins and Departmental secretary Barrie Dexter] Moir
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    2015-12-22 10:27:00.0

    In 1972 the Whitlam Government upgraded the Office of Aboriginal Affairs to Ministerial level and adopted a policy of 'self-determination' in Indigenous Affairs.

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    In December 1972, the Whitlam Government responded to the failure of the Northern Territory Gove Land Rights Case in 1971 by setting in train a Royal Commission into Aboriginal land rights under Justice Woodward. The findings of the Royal Commission would lead to the drafting of the Aboriginal Land Rights (Northern Territory) Act 1976 and the establishment of an elected National Aboriginal Consultative Committee.

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    On 19 October 1973, Queen Elizabeth II became Queen of Australia when she signed her assent to the Royal Style and Titles Act 1973. The Act deleted the traditional reference to her role as Head of the Church of England by removing ‘Defender of the Faith’ from her Australian titles. In order to give effect to the legislation, Queen Elizabeth had to assent to the legislation personally and this was done whilst she was in Australia in October 1973 for the opening of the Sydney Opera House.
    In February 1975, the Queen signed the Letters Patent establishing an Australian honours system to replace the British honours for Australia.

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  22. 35 hour fence [Clyde Cameron, Gough Whitlam and Bob Hawke] Moir
    Moir, Alan (Alan Charles), 1945-
    [ Art work : 1974 ]
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    35 hour fence [Clyde Cameron, Gough Whitlam and Bob Hawke] Moir
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    2015-12-22 12:15:59.0

    Th centralised wage indexation system was introduced in April 1975 by the Whitlam government.

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  23. [Former Prime Ministers Malcom Fraser and Gough Whitlam and former Diplomat Richard Woolcott keeping silent about the events that led up to Indonesia's invasion of East Timor in 1975] 2000 / O'Neill
    O'Neill, Ward, 1951-
    [ Art work : 2000 ]
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    [Former Prime Ministers Malcom Fraser and Gough Whitlam and former Diplomat Richard Woolcott keeping silent about the events that led up to Indonesia's invasion of East Timor in 1975] 2000 / O'Neill
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    2015-12-22 11:45:29.0

    In 1974, the Portuguese dictatorship was overthrown, and its colonies, including East Timor, hoped for independence.

    In April 1975, President Suharto of Indonesia and Whitlam met in Townsville and supposedly agreed that East Timor should be peacefully integrated into Indonesia. When Indonesia invaded East Timor Australian policy was acquiescent.

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    Under the Department of Urban and Regional Development, the Albury–Wodonga Development Corporation was established on 21 May 1974. It was intended to be a model for similar schemes elsewhere. Regional funding programs provided direct funding for community health centres and regional-based hospitals.

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  25. Advance, Australia fair / words and music by P.D. McCormick ; God save the Queen / composed by Henry Carey
    McCormick, P. D. (Peter Dodds), 1834?-1916
    [ Printed music : 1910-2002 ]
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    Advance, Australia fair / words and music by P.D. McCormick ; God save the Queen / composed by Henry Carey
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    2015-12-22 11:00:06.0

    After national polling, on 8 April 1974 ‘Advance Australia Fair’ replaced ‘God Save the Queen’ as Australia’s national anthem.

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  26. "'When I use a word', said Humpty Dumpty, 'it means just what I choose it to mean'" [Gough Whitlam concerning temporary loans from Iraq] Moir
    Moir, Alan (Alan Charles), 1945-
    [ Art work : 1975 ]
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    "'When I use a word', said Humpty Dumpty, 'it means just what I choose it to mean'" [Gough Whitlam concerning temporary loans from Iraq] Moir
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    2015-11-17 12:44:23.0

    This cartoon refers to what became known as 'the Loans Affair'. In order to finance a series of national development projects, the Minister for Minerals and Energy, Mr Rex Connor, proposed that the government should borrow overseas. The Australian Constitution required that that non-temporary government borrowings be approved through the Loan Council. Key ministers in the Whitlam Government, including the Prime Minister, authorised Minister Connor to seek finance without involving the Loan Council.

    As news leaked of the plan, the Opposition began questioning the Government.
    While the Loans Affair never resulted in an actual loan it caused immense damage to the Whitlam Government.

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  27. Blue Poles
    Pollock, Jackson
    [ Art work : 1952 ]
    Languages: Undetermined
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    Blue Poles
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    2015-12-22 12:43:03.0

    Whitlam was appointed chairman of the National Gallery of Australia in 1987. The painting 'Blue Poles' by Jackson Pollock hangs in the National Gallery of Australia and when it was purchased in 1973 for $1.3 million it caused an uproar.

    The gallery did not have the authority to sign off on purchases of over $1 million, so the purchase was referred to the Federal Government, and approved by Whitlam.

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    The launch of a new antennae in 1973 at the the Canberra Deep Space Communication Centre marked a new era in space exploration. It was designed to send commands to spacecraft exploring distant planets and receive their data, process and relay it back to scientists all over the world. It is one of three stations worldwide, the others located near Madrid (Spain) and Goldstone, California (USA).

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  29. Web page: Obituary for former Prime Minister Gough Whitlam
    http://pandora.nla.gov.au/pan/148988/20141021-1459/www.abc.net.au/news/2014-03-10/gough-whitlam/3945026.html
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    Link has short overview of Mr Whitlam's life together with some photographs.

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  30. Web page: Powerful words: Gough Whitlam's dismissal
    http://splash.abc.net.au/home#!/media/1248989/powerful-words-gough-whitlam-s-dismissal
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    2016-06-23 13:20:12.0

    Gough Whitlam is the only Australian prime minister to have been sacked from office - along with his entire government. After learning of his dismissal, Mr Whitlam addressed the Australian public and uttered a line that has resonated throughout Australian politics since 1975. Words can be immensely powerful and, as you will discover in this clip, the way they are delivered can add to their power.

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  31. Web page: 13 Quotes That Made Gough Whitlam Australia's Most Loved, Hated And Controversial Prime Minister
    http://www.businessinsider.com.au/13-quotes-that-made-gough-whitlam-australias-most-loved-hated-and-controversial-prime-minister-2014-10
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    2016-06-23 13:25:50.0

    Key, well known quotes by Gough Whitlam said during his term as Prime Minister. They demonstrate not just his position on many political issues but his fierce personality which made him so well loved (and hated).

    “I’ve never said I’m immortal. I do believe in correct language. I’m eternal; I’m not immortal.”

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  32. Web page: What did Gough Whitlam actually do? Rather a lot
    http://www.smh.com.au/federal-politics/political-news/what-did-gough-whitlam-actually-do-rather-a-lot-20141021-11977w.html
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    2016-06-23 13:42:39.0

    An overview of Whitlam's most well known and sometimes controversial policies and political decisions.

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  33. Web page: Indigenous Australians
    http://www.whitlam.org/gough_whitlam/achievements/indigenous
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    2016-06-23 13:52:50.0

    An overview of policies that the Whitlam government put into place that positively effected first nations people. Extract from website:


    Indigenous affairs was the policy area in which the Whitlam Government effected some of its most transformational change. Under the Whitlam Government, a policy of ‘self determination’ was adopted, whereby the Commonwealth would support decision-making by indigenous communities themselves, and relinquish the paternalistic control that previous governments had wielded over the lives of indigenous people. The Whitlam Government sought to empower indigenous people to claim back the land to which they were entitled, to allow more indigenous input into policy-making, and to abolish discriminatory practices that limited their freedoms and opportunities

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  34. Web page: Gough Whitlam's legacy in the arts world needs protecting
    http://www.smh.com.au/entertainment/art-and-design/gough-whitlams-legacy-in-the-arts-world-needs-protecting-20141023-11aatp.html
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    2016-06-23 14:08:28.0

    An overview of Whitlam's polices in regards to the arts (and arts funding) as well as a number of remembrances about Gough from key Australian artists.

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  35. Web page: Whitlam Government achievements: Cities
    http://www.whitlam.org/gough_whitlam/achievements/cities
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    2016-06-23 14:14:22.0

    A great overview of what the Whitlam government did for city/suburb sanitation.

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  36. Gough Whitlam, [Prime Minister of Australia]
    Herald and Weekly Times
    [ Photograph : 1974 ]
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    At State Library VIC
    Gough Whitlam, [Prime Minister of Australia]
  37. Gough Whitlam : a tribute : 1916-2014 / with a foreword by John Faulkner ; project team: Patrick Gallagher, concept, John Irenmonger and Rebecca Kaiser, captions, Geoffrey Browne and Rebecca Kaiser, pictorial research, Tabitha King and Emily O'Neill, ...
    Faulkner, John, 1954-
    [ Book : 2014 ]
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    At 93 libraries
    Gough Whitlam : a tribute : 1916-2014 / with a foreword by John Faulkner ; project team: Patrick Gallagher, concept, John Irenmonger and Rebecca Kaiser, captions, Geoffrey Browne and Rebecca Kaiser, pictorial research, Tabitha King and Emily O'Neill, designers with assistance from John Faulkner, Michael Sexton, Peter Cochrane
  38. Gough Whitlam : his time : the biography. Jenny Hocking
    Jenny, Hocking
    [ Government publication, Book : 2014 ]
    Possibly online
    At 95 libraries
    Gough Whitlam : his time : the biography. Jenny Hocking
  39. Gough Whitlam. a moment in history / Jenny Hocking
    Hocking, Jenny
    [ Book : 2009 ]
    At 4 libraries
    Gough Whitlam. a moment in history / Jenny Hocking
  40. Gough Whitlam / Janet Merkur
    Merkur, Janet
    [ Audio book, Book : 1999-2001 ]
    At 21 libraries
    Gough Whitlam / Janet Merkur
  41. The Whitlam government 1972-1975 [Gough Whitlam]
    Whitlam, Gough, 1916-2014
    [ Book, Audio book, Object : 1985-1986 ]
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    At 97 libraries
    The Whitlam government 1972-1975 [Gough Whitlam]
  42. The Whitlam legacy / edited by Troy Bramston
    Bramston, Troy
    [ Book : 2013-2015 ]
    At 88 libraries
    The Whitlam legacy / edited by Troy Bramston
  43. The power of speech : Australian Prime Ministers defining the national image / James Curran
    Curran, James, 1973-
    [ Book : 2004-2006 ]
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    At 98 libraries
    The power of speech : Australian Prime Ministers defining the national image / James Curran
  44. Margaret & Gough / Susan Mitchell
    Mitchell, Susan, 1945-
    [ Book, Audio book : 2014-2015 ]
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    At 160 libraries
    Margaret & Gough / Susan Mitchell
  45. The Whitlam mob / Mungo MacCallum
    MacCallum, Mungo (Mungo Wentworth), 1941-
    [ Book, Audio book : 2014 ]
    Possibly online
    At 109 libraries
    The Whitlam mob / Mungo MacCallum
  46. Australia's first Fabians : middle-class radicals, labour activists and the early labour movement / Race Mathews ; foreword by Gough Whitlam
    Mathews, Race, 1935-
    [ Book : 1993 ]
    Possibly online
    At 67 libraries
    Australia's first Fabians : middle-class radicals, labour activists and the early labour movement / Race Mathews ; foreword by Gough Whitlam
  47. The great crash : the short life and sudden death of the Whitlam government / Michael Sexton
    Sexton, Michael, 1946-
    [ Book : 2005 ]
    At 63 libraries
    The great crash : the short life and sudden death of the Whitlam government / Michael Sexton
  48. The wit of Whitlam / edited by James Carleton
    Carleton, James
    [ Book : 2014-2015 ]
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    At 43 libraries
    The wit of Whitlam / edited by James Carleton
  49. The China breakthrough : Whitlam in the middle kingdom, 1971 / Billy Griffiths
    Griffiths, Billy
    [ Book : 2012 ]
    At 56 libraries
    The China breakthrough : Whitlam in the middle kingdom, 1971 / Billy Griffiths
  50. November 1975 : the inside story of Australia's greatest political crisis / Paul Kelly
    Kelly, Paul, 1947-
    [ Book : 1995 ]
    At 87 libraries
    November 1975 : the inside story of Australia's greatest political crisis / Paul Kelly
  51. Not just for this life : Gough Whitlam remembered / edited by Wendy Guest & Gary Gray
    Guest, Wendy
    [ Book : 2016 ]
    Possibly online
    At 109 libraries
    Not just for this life : Gough Whitlam remembered / edited by Wendy Guest & Gary Gray
  52. The unmaking of Gough / Paul Kelly
    Kelly, Paul, 1947-
    [ Book : 1994 ]
    Possibly online
    At 26 libraries
    The unmaking of Gough / Paul Kelly
  53. Former Prime Minister Gough Whitlam
    Richard Crompton
    [ Photograph : 1988 ]
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    At Monash Uni Archives
    Former Prime Minister Gough Whitlam
  54. Official visit of Mr. Edward Gough Whitlam, Prime Minister of Australia, to the Soviet Union / Y. Abramochkin, B. Yelin, APN
    Abramochkin, IUrii Vasil'evich
    [ Photograph, Government publication : 1975 ]
    Languages: No linguistic content
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    Official visit of Mr. Edward Gough Whitlam, Prime Minister of Australia, to the Soviet Union / Y. Abramochkin, B. Yelin, APN
  55. Statue of Gough Whitlam being marked / Pryor
    Pryor, Geoff, 1944-
    [ Art work : 1981 ]
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    At National Library
    Statue of Gough Whitlam being marked / Pryor
  56. "My God! They've escaped" [Gough Whitlam, John Kerr] Pryor
    Pryor, Geoff, 1944-
    [ Art work : 1978 ]
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    "My God! They've escaped" [Gough Whitlam, John Kerr] Pryor
  57. The achievements of the Whitlam Governme[nt] [Gough Whitlam, Malcolm Fraser] Pryor
    Pryor, Geoff, 1944-
    [ Art work : 1985 ]
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    At National Library
    The achievements of the Whitlam Governme[nt] [Gough Whitlam, Malcolm Fraser] Pryor
  58. [Gough Whitlam speaking to unidentified journalists upon returning from his visit to China, 1971]
    Australian Information Service
    [ Photograph : 1971 ]
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    [Gough Whitlam speaking to unidentified journalists upon returning from his visit to China, 1971]
  59. Gough Whitlam, Prime Minister of Australia at press conference, [197-?], [2] Michael Jensen
    Jensen, Michael, 1943-
    [ Photograph : 1970-1979 ]
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    Gough Whitlam, Prime Minister of Australia at press conference, [197-?], [2] Michael Jensen
  60. Gough Whitlam, [Prime Minister of Australia], holds Keir Gough Matthews, 4 week old son of Labor member for Casey, Race Matthews
    Herald and Weekly Times
    [ Photograph : 1974 ]
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    At State Library VIC
    Gough Whitlam, [Prime Minister of Australia], holds Keir Gough Matthews, 4 week old son of Labor member for Casey, Race Matthews
  61. [Bob Hawke sighing as he passes a portrait of Gough Whitlam] Pryor
    Pryor, Geoff, 1944-
    [ Art work : 1985 ]
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    At National Library
    [Bob Hawke sighing as he passes a portrait of Gough Whitlam] Pryor
  62. "He's a peaceful old chap, sir... until you ruffle his dignity" [Bob Hawke, Gough Whitlam] Pryor
    Pryor, Geoff, 1944-
    [ Art work : 1979 ]
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    At National Library
    "He's a peaceful old chap, sir... until you ruffle his dignity" [Bob Hawke, Gough Whitlam] Pryor
  63. "It becomes increasingly difficult to share the same stage" [Gough Whitlam, Bob Hawke] Pryor
    Pryor, Geoff, 1944-
    [ Art work : 1986 ]
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    At National Library
    "It becomes increasingly difficult to share the same stage" [Gough Whitlam, Bob Hawke] Pryor
  64. [Malcolm Fraser takes over from Gough Whitlam as Prime Minister of Australia by blocking supply bills in Parliament] Moir
    Moir, Alan (Alan Charles), 1945-
    [ Art work : 1975 ]
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    At National Library
    [Malcolm Fraser takes over from Gough Whitlam as Prime Minister of Australia by blocking supply bills in Parliament] Moir
  65. Gough Whitlam and Bob Hawke during the federal election campaign, at Her Majesty's Theatre, Melbourne, Victoria, December 1977 / Andrew Chapman
    Chapman, Andrew, 1954-
    [ Photograph : 1977 ]
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    Gough Whitlam and Bob Hawke during the federal election campaign, at Her Majesty's Theatre, Melbourne, Victoria, December 1977 / Andrew Chapman
  66. "Tell us again how we're gonna kickstart the economy - " [Paul Keating and Gough Whitlam] Pryor
    Pryor, Geoff, 1944-
    [ Art work : 1992 ]
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    "Tell us again how we're gonna kickstart the economy - " [Paul Keating and Gough Whitlam] Pryor
  67. "And in this nightmare, the Viet War ends, they double the pensions and wool prices rocket the day before the election!" [Gough Whitlam to psychiatrist] McCrae
    McCrae, Stewart, 1919-
    [ Art work : 1975 ]
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    "And in this nightmare, the Viet War ends, they double the pensions and wool prices rocket the day before the election!" [Gough Whitlam to psychiatrist] McCrae
  68. These professional mourners aren't what they used to be [Gough Whitlam, Malcolm Fraser] Moir
    Moir, Alan (Alan Charles), 1945-
    [ Art work : 1975 ]
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    These professional mourners aren't what they used to be [Gough Whitlam, Malcolm Fraser] Moir
  69. [Kim Beazley planning a new vision for the Labor Party, with Gough Whitlam in the background, March 1999] O'Neill
    O'Neill, Ward, 1951-
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    [Kim Beazley planning a new vision for the Labor Party, with Gough Whitlam in the background, March 1999] O'Neill
  70. "Kill 'im boy! Kill 'im!" [Doug Anthony, Billy Snedden and Gough Whitlam] Moir
    Moir, Alan (Alan Charles), 1945-
    [ Art work : 1974 ]
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    "Kill 'im boy! Kill 'im!" [Doug Anthony, Billy Snedden and Gough Whitlam] Moir
  71. [Ghosts of Lionel Murphy and Jim Cope behind Gough Whitlam at the funeral of the former Senator James Robert McClelland] O'Neill
    O'Neill, Ward, 1951-
    [ Art work : 1999 ]
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    [Ghosts of Lionel Murphy and Jim Cope behind Gough Whitlam at the funeral of the former Senator James Robert McClelland] O'Neill
  72. 100 % Aust. [Gough Whitlam cutting the Rex Connor padlock off box containing oil explorers] Moir
    Moir, Alan (Alan Charles), 1945-
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    100 % Aust. [Gough Whitlam cutting the Rex Connor padlock off box containing oil explorers] Moir
  73. "I'd shoot him down but the fall-out could affect us all!" [Gough Whitlam, Lance Barnard and Bob Hawke] McCrae
    McCrae, Stewart, 1919-
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    "I'd shoot him down but the fall-out could affect us all!" [Gough Whitlam, Lance Barnard and Bob Hawke] McCrae
  74. "The trick is to fuse both elements without blowing us all sky high!" [Gough Whitlam ignoring the Labor Party's policy on uranium mining] McCrae
    McCrae, Stewart, 1919-
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    "The trick is to fuse both elements without blowing us all sky high!" [Gough Whitlam ignoring the Labor Party's policy on uranium mining] McCrae
  75. Sydney suburban art fancier, Debbie Harris looking at the award winning portrait of Gough Whitlam by Clifton Pugh at the Art Gallery of New South Wales / Australian Information Service photograph by Bill Payne
    Payne, Bill, photographer
    [ Photograph : 1973 ]
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    Sydney suburban art fancier, Debbie Harris looking at the award winning portrait of Gough Whitlam by Clifton Pugh at the Art Gallery of New South Wales / Australian Information Service photograph by Bill Payne
  76. "All is forgiven, my son. Go in peace!" [Gough Whitlam, Malcolm Fraser, John Kerr, Ian Sinclair] Pryor
    Pryor, Geoff, 1944-
    [ Art work : 1985 ]
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    "All is forgiven, my son.  Go in peace!" [Gough Whitlam, Malcolm Fraser, John Kerr, Ian Sinclair] Pryor
  77. "Who was that leader I saw you with last night?" [voter to Gough Whitlam, with Bob Hawke waiting in the wings] McCrae
    McCrae, Stewart, 1919-
    [ Art work : 1973-1979 ]
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    "Who was that leader I saw you with last night?" [voter to Gough Whitlam, with Bob Hawke waiting in the wings] McCrae
  78. "Should I start them now or wait until they get into line?" [Bill McMahon, Gough Whitlam, Fred Daly, as Gallup poll favours government] McCrae
    McCrae, Stewart, 1919-
    [ Art work : 1972 ]
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    "Should I start them now or wait until they get into line?" [Bill McMahon, Gough Whitlam, Fred Daly, as Gallup poll favours government] McCrae
  79. "Hey! You're supposed to hold it firm, not pull it out from under me!" [Gough Whitlam pouring ridicule on Billy Snedden] McCrae
    McCrae, Stewart, 1919-
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    "Hey! You're supposed to hold it firm, not pull it out from under me!" [Gough Whitlam pouring ridicule on Billy Snedden] McCrae
  80. "They're fiercely self-reliant, law-abiding individualists protesting against the withdrawal of Government subsidies!" [Western Australian farmers throwing food and cans at Gough Whitlam] McCrae
    McCrae, Stewart, 1919-
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    "They're fiercely self-reliant, law-abiding individualists protesting against the withdrawal of Government subsidies!" [Western Australian farmers throwing food and cans at Gough Whitlam] McCrae
  81. "If it tastes that bad it's got to be good for him" [Coombs report leak upsetting the taxpayer, while Gough Whitlam watches Frank Crean stirring the budget hot pot] McCrae
    McCrae, Stewart, 1919-
    [ Art work : 1975 ]
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    "If it tastes that bad it's got to be good for him" [Coombs report leak upsetting the taxpayer, while Gough Whitlam watches Frank Crean stirring the budget hot pot] McCrae
  82. "Does this mean it's all over between us?" [Gough Whitlam as a bridesmaid talking to trade union representatives cutting down an inscribed tree] McCrae
    McCrae, Stewart, 1919-
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    "Does this mean it's all over between us?" [Gough Whitlam as a bridesmaid talking to trade union representatives cutting down an inscribed tree] McCrae
  83. Section 44 (V) [Senator James Webster sitting at the end of a tree branch which Gough Whitlam and other parliamentarians, sitting further in on the same branch, are sawing off] Moir
    Moir, Alan (Alan Charles), 1945-
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    Section 44 (V) [Senator James Webster sitting at the end of a tree branch which Gough Whitlam and other parliamentarians, sitting further in on the same branch, are sawing off] Moir
  84. Elder Vincent Lingiari of the Gurindji Language group, addressing the media after Prime Minister Gough Whitlam officially returns Aboriginal land at Wattie Creek, Northern Territory, 16 August 1975 / Penny Tweedie
    Tweedie, Penny, 1940-2011
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    Elder Vincent Lingiari of the Gurindji Language group, addressing the media after Prime Minister Gough Whitlam officially returns Aboriginal land at Wattie Creek, Northern Territory, 16 August 1975 / Penny Tweedie
  85. Former Prime Minister Gough Whitlam signs an autograph using former ALP Minister Tom Uren's chest as a desk during Keating's 1996 election campaign launch, Melbourne, Victoria, February 1996 / Andrew Chapman
    Chapman, Andrew, 1954-
    [ Photograph : 1996 ]
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    Former Prime Minister Gough Whitlam signs an autograph using former ALP Minister Tom Uren's chest as a desk during Keating's 1996 election campaign launch, Melbourne, Victoria, February 1996 / Andrew Chapman
  86. "What a splendidly horrifying image! Mind if I borrow it in May?" [Billy Snedden to Gough Whitlam threatening the National Alliance with centralist control, Sir Charles Court watching] McCrae
    McCrae, Stewart, 1919-
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    "What a splendidly horrifying image! Mind if I borrow it in May?" [Billy Snedden to Gough Whitlam threatening the National Alliance with centralist control, Sir Charles Court watching] McCrae
  87. "I think you're a beaut person too, Bob! Tell me which job are you giving up - the A.C.T.U., the A.L.P. or the Reserve Bank?" [Margaret Whitlam speaking by phone to Bob Hawke, as Gough Whitlam waits outside the United Nations building] McCrae
    McCrae, Stewart, 1919-
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    "I think you're a beaut person too, Bob! Tell me which job are you giving up - the A.C.T.U., the A.L.P. or the Reserve Bank?" [Margaret Whitlam speaking by phone to Bob Hawke, as Gough Whitlam waits outside the United Nations building] McCrae
  88. "Don't just stand there! Get some bolt cutters!" [Gough Whitlam appealing to the Federal ALP as he is pulled in different directions by the New South Wales Right Wing and the Victorian Left Wing] McCrae
    McCrae, Stewart, 1919-
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    "Don't just stand there! Get some bolt cutters!" [Gough Whitlam appealing to the Federal ALP as he is pulled in different directions by the New South Wales Right Wing and the Victorian Left Wing] McCrae