'Anyhow...where d'yer get it, mate?': Ockerdom in Adland Australia

University of Queensland Press
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JAS - Australia's Public Intellectual Forum, 2007, 90 pp. 1 - 15
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Described as a 'shining aberration', the reformist agenda of Edward Gough Whitlam's brief prime ministership (1972-1975) profoundly affected Australia's cultural, social, and--ultimately--political landscape. (1) These reforms were indicative of a changing national mood. The efforts to forge a stronger sense of national awareness and identity were particularly noticeable within the cultural realm.
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