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Whitlam

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(Biography) (Edward) Gough (ɡɒf). born 1916, Australian Labor statesman: prime minister (1972–75)
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The most obvious example of such bloody-mindedness is the coup against Salvador Allende in Chile in 1973, but there have been believable if not proven insinuations of a US role in other significant instances of regime change later during the same decade: Harold Wilson in the UK, Gough Whitlam in Australia, and Zulfikar Ali Bhutto in Pakistan.
You've featured real historical characters in your story, such as Lionel Murphy and Gough Whitlam.
There is an episode that talks about the Dismissal [whereby former prime minister Gough Whitlam and his government were disbanded--Episode 3, 'The Constitution'], in which obviously Malcolm Fraser was a key character.
At the August 1973 Commonwealth leaders gathering in Ottawa, Lee Kuan Yew observed that during the meeting Kirk was already an old friend' and that Kirk, rather than Gough Whitlam, 'emerged as the voice of the South Pacific supported by Western Samoa, Tonga and Fiji'.
Edward Gough Whitlam, the 21s' Prime Minister of Australia, was born in July 1916.
For instance, in 1975, after Australia experienced a federal government shutdown following a parliamentary deadlock over the country's budget, John Kerr, Queen Elizabeth II's official representative in Australia, dismissed and replaced Gough Whitlam, who was then the country's prime minister.
Leaders like Garfield Barwick, Malcolm Fraser and Gough Whitlam in the beginning, followed by Phillip Toyne, Peter Garrett and Don Henry.
The paper eventually threw its support behind Labor leader Gough Whitlam at the 1972 'It's Time' election.
html>, accessed 12 February 2015; and Gerard Fienderson, 'ABC "Joke" Equates Tony Abbott with Hitler, Stalin and Pol Pot --That's All Folks', in 'Cate Blanchett at the Gough Whitlam Memorial; and Fran Kelly on the End of the World: MWD 250', The Australian, 1 November 2014, <http://www.
It doesn't help that Amnesia is predicated on a largely forgotten political conflict between Australian Prime Minister Gough Whitlam and President Richard Nixon.
Through Felix, he describes the events of 1975, when Australian Prime Minister Gough Whitlam was deposed in what Carey suggests was a CIA-led coup provoked by Whitlam's withdrawal of Australian troops from Vietnam.
Our past students are a very diverse bunch of men and women, with actors like Jackie Chan and Mia Wasikowska sitting alongside the late former Prime Minister Gough Whitlam and our Chief Minister Katy Gallagher.