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Source : News, 23 November 1972, p. 3
Place Of Creation : Adelaide
Publisher : News Limited
Date of creation : 1972
Format : Newspaper
Contributor : State Library catalogue
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Newspaper article reporting on the South Australian premier, Don Dunstan, wearing deep pink tight flannel shorts into parliament.

Twice premier of South Australia, Don Dunstan was known for his non-conformist attitude, his social reforms and his great charisma. The 1970s have become known as the 'Dunstan Decade' for the impact that Dunstan had on the life of South Australia during these years.

Related names :

Dunstan, Don, 1926-1999

Coverage year : 1972
Further reading :
Dunstan, Don. Felicia, the political memoirs of Don Dunstan,South Melbourne: Macmillan, 1981
Internet links :

Don Dunstan Foundation See Don Dunstan: Biography and Political Career



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