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Year 11 Historical Investigation

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Year 11 Historical investigation about the contributions of Gough Whitlam. Includes in text referencing and evaluation, received 20/20 for assessment.

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Year 11 Historical Investigation
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Gough Whitlam Government of Australia Australian Labor Party Politics of Australia Australian constitutional crisis Members of the Australian House of Representatives Whitlam John Kerr Werriwa by-election Whitlam, Australian Capital Territory Margaret Whitlam
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Gough Whitlam Government of Australia Australian Labor Party Politics of Australia Australian constitutional crisis Members of the Australian House of Representatives Whitlam John Kerr Werriwa by-election Whitlam, Australian Capital Territory Margaret Whitlam
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It is not only time, more than time, for a change; it is time to refresh, remould and renew the whole framework of finances and functions and to end the 20 year story of opportunities needlessly deferred, delayed and denied by the Liberals” (Whitlam, G, 1969). Gough Whitlam is considered to be one of the most significant politicians in Australia’s young history, he implemented change and his legacy to this day is still remembered and respected nationally. Edward Gough Whitlam was born in Melbourne in the suburb of Kew on the 11th of July 1916 and was the elder of two children of Martha and Frederick Whitlam. His early years were spent in Melbourne, Sydney and then Canberra, where he finished numerous times. Whitlam attended the University of Sydney where he completed a law and an arts degree later marrying Margare...
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