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Dunstan sweeps in
Title : Dunstan sweeps in Dunstan sweeps in
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Source : Sunday Mail, 30 May 1970, p.1
Place Of Creation : Adelaide
Publisher : Advertiser-News Weekend Publishing co.
Date of creation : 1970
Format : Newspaper
Contributor : State Library of South Australia
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Front page of the Sunday Mail 30 May 1970, recording the Labor Party victory in the South Australian state election. The Labor Party led by Don Dunstan, defeated the sitting Liberal and Country League government led by Steele Hall. This marked the beginning of a decade of social reform that would become known as the 'Dunstan Decade'.
Related names :

Dunstan, Don, 1926-1999

Hall, Steele, 1928-

Coverage year : 1970
Period : 1946-1979
Further reading :
Dunstan, Don. Felicia : the political memoirs of Don Dunstan, South Melbourne: Macmillan, 1981
Ryan, Des. It's grossly improper, Dulwich: Wenan, 1979
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