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Kelvin Canavan.   Gough Whitlam: a tribute to an education visionary.  

I first met E. G. Whitlam when he spoke at a series of ‘State Aid’ rallies in Sydney prior to the 1969 federal election.  He was in full voice before a Catholic community that had packed halls and cinemas on … Continue reading

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