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The contribution of the Whitlam government to Australias Post war Development

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´╗┐The contribution of the Whitlam government to Australia?s Post war Development The Whitlam government contributed towards Australia?s post war development by dealing with domestic and foreign measures as well as providing ground breaking reforms that changed Australia as a country. ?It?s time? was not only a slogan to Gough Whitlam as it summed up his courageous yet debatable actions towards change as Prime Minister. His contributions promoted women?s and indigenous rights, multiculturalism, Australia?s independence, educational funding and medical insurance as well as ending the remnants of the Vietnam War. Whitlam was a rare new breed of labour politicians and had succeeded in bringing Australia into the modern age. ...read more.

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The promotion of Australia?s independence, medical insurance and educational funding?s provided support during Australia?s post war development. The Whitlam Government had the order of Australia to replace the imperial honour system and gain independence. Taking this into consideration the government took local measures to promote Australia?s independence and finally found a new national anthem. Whitlam also supported each individual citizen by providing a universal system of health insurance. This provided working class families with free medical services across Australia and soon evolved into Medicare which we use today. His government provided a great increase in educational funding at all levels and abolished university tuition fees, providing all families with educational facilities. ...read more.

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The ground-breaking reforms ranging from indigenous rights to health insurance advanced the Australian society into the modern age. Through the introduction of domestic and foreign measures Whitlam provided stability, equity and trust amongst Australian citizens. The Whitlam government’s unique style of governing created a huge contribution to Australia’s post war development and played a significant role in Australian History. http://www.jizzhut.com/videos/big-tit-blonde-gets-creampie--2196393.html BIBLIOGRAPHY “SKWIRK” Interactive Schooling Red Apple Education ltd 2011 1. http://www.skwirk.com.au/p-c_s-14_u-117_t-318_c-1075/membership-and-contribution-to-the-un/nsw/membership-and-contribution-to-the-un/power-people-and-politics-in-the-post-war-period/australia-as-a-global-citizen 2. http://www.skwirk.com.au/p-c_s-14_u-117_t-318_c-1078/regional-agreements-implemented/nsw/regional-agreements-implemented/power-people-and-politics-in-the-post-war-period/australia-as-a-global-citizen “Scribd” Copyright © 2011 Scribd Inc 1. http://www.scribd.com/doc/267311/Gough-Whitlam Lessons of the Whitlam Government (2000) 1. www.marxist.com/whitlam-labour-government101100htm 2. http://virtaus4.tripod.com/volume6/prime_ministers/gough_whitlam.htm University of Western Sydney © Whitlam Institute 2010 1. http://www.whitlam.org/gough_whitlam “Convict creations” 1. http://www.convictcreations.com/history/primemine.htm 2. http://epress.anu.edu.au/sdsc/hap/mobile_devices/ch10s08.html “The history of the Whitlam Government” 1999 1. http://www.australianpolitics.com/elections/1974/-74-04-09 “Google” © 2011 1. http://www.google.com.au/#hl=en&source=hp&q=gough+whitlam+contribution+to+australia%27s+development&oq=gough+whitlam+cont&aq=0&aqi=g6g-j1&aql=undefined&gs_sm=e&gs_upl=59287l64335l0l12l11l0l0l0l0l536l3230l3-4.3.1l8&bav=on.2,or.r_gc.r_pw.&fp=5e1682da66f02ffb&biw=1366&bih=527 2. http://www.google.com.au/#hl=en&q=gough+whitlam+&oq=gough+whitlam+&aq=f&aqi=g5gs1g4&aql=undefined&gs_sm=e&gs_upl=26900l26900l0l1l1l0l0l0l0l240l240l2-1l1&bav=on.2,or.r_gc.r_pw.&fp=5e1682da66f02ffb&biw=1366&bih=527 http://xhamster.com/movies/1025087/my_mom_lets_my_aunt_play.html http://xhamster.com/movies/746584/taking_care_of_mommy.html http://www.tube2012.com/xvideos.php?id=1554580/mom_let_her_jelaous_son_fuck_her_on_the_couch http://sexmomboytube.com/homemade-milf-bigtits-fuck-203885.html http://www.pornheed.com/video/2593248/family-pregnation http://www.pornheed.com/search/rachel-steele-mom http://xhamster.com/movies/1057927/milf_mom_seduce_boy_in_the_kitchen.html http://www.jugy.com/view/16185/rachel-steele-son-fuck-mom/ http://www.jugy.com/ http://www.drtuber.com/video/359698/catching-mom-alone http://www.intporn.com/forums/xxx-video-mega-threads/2725171-incestous-mommy-rachel-steele.html http://www.xvideos.com/video2322421/amber_lynn_bach_-_my_friends_hot_mom http://video.xnxx.com/video2430279/two_mothers_fucking_their_sons http://video.xnxx.com/video1554580/mom_let_her_jelaous_son_fuck_her_on_the_couch http://www.sexmums.com/mature-teacher-gets-bent-over-and-fucked-before-sucking-his-43803.html http://www.xhamster.com/movies/430602/hairy_pussy_creampie.html http://xhamster.com/movies/1257471/shut_up_son.html http://www.dboobs.net/amateur-dude-getting-it-on-with-two-dreamboat-porn-stars-wit-1626856.html http://www.great-milf.com/busty-milfs-help-out-young-gus-1020701.html http://www.great-milf.com/ ...read more.

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