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This cinema ad for the 1946 federal election encourages Australians to stay with the Labor Party, which has successfully led the country through the end of the Second World War.

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Prime Minister Paul Keating outlines the basic principles of the Mabo legislation, the Native Title Act 1993.

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Prime Minister Paul Keating acknowledges past injustices perpetrated on Indigenous Australians and affirms the High Court of Australia’s Mabo decision to recognise native title.

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This is a three-minute excerpt from a five-minute Australian Labor Party television commercial for the 1966 federal election.

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This is a three-minute excerpt from a five-minute Australian Labor Party television commercial for the 1966 federal election. The commercial has a captioned title, Vietnam.

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This is a three-minute selection from a five-minute Australian Labor Party television commercial for the 1966 federal election.

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Malcolm Fraser (John Stanton) is being interviewed by journalist Stuart Littlemore (playing himself). The Liberal leader will not be drawn on his party’s plans for the Supply Bill in the Senate.

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In the panic and confusion of the Labor government’s sacking and the packing up and the frenzied shredding of documents, Gough Whitlam stands alone, a tragic figure, before all his friends and coll

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Sir John Kerr (John Meillon) has invited the Prime Minister (Max Phipps) to a celebratory drink with the Prime Minister of Malaysia, Tun Abdul Razak (Peter Collingwood).

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Grace (Dorothy Dickson) has received a letter from her soldier boyfriend Jim, who has been blinded while fighting overseas.