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Gough Whitlam

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Gender Male
Death9 years ago
Date of birth July 11,1916
Zodiac sign Cancer
Born Kew
Date of died October 21,2014
DiedElizabeth Bay
Height 194 (cm)
Years of service1941–45
Party Australian Labor Party
Job Politician
Education Telopea Park School
Mowbray House
Canberra Grammar School
The University of Sydney
Spouse Margaret Whitlam
Children Nicholas Whitlam
Tony Whitlam
Catherine Whitlam
Stephen Whitlam
Previous positionLeader of the Opposition of Australia (1975–1977)
Date of Reg.
Date of Upd.

The Truth of the Matter
The Whitlam government, 1972-1975
Abiding Interests
My Italian notebook
Australia's Foreign Policy: New Directions, New Definitions
National Collecting Institutions: Inaugural Kenneth Myer Lecture, 5 April 1990
On Australia's Constitution
Eureka: Saga of Australian History : Speeches
The Italian Inspiration in English Literature: Address to the Frederick May Foundation at the University of Sydney on 21 March 1980
The Road to China
The Macquarie Broadcasts: May-October, 1972
A Century of Social Change
Australia and Asia
Labor in Power: What is the Difference?
An urban nation
International Women's Year: Priorities and Considerations: Statement Prepared for the Information of the Parliament and Tabled by the Prime Minister, the Hon. E. G. Whitlam, 4 December 1974
Gough Whitlam on Reform During Recession: The Way Ahead
Australia and South-East Asia: Principal Speeches Made During the Visit of Prime Minister of Australia to South-East Asia, 28 January-13 February 1974
Australia and South East Asia: Principal Speeches Made by Leaders of the Governments of Malaysia, Thailand, Laos, Burma, Singapore and the Philippines During the Visit to These Countries by the Prime Minister, the Honourable E. G. Whitlam, 28 January to 13 February, 1974
Report '74: Statement Made in the House of Representatives by the Prime Minister of Australia, the Honourable E. G. Whitlam on Thursday, 5 December 1974
Labor Party Policy Speech, 1972: Delivered at Blacktown Civic Centre, 13th November, 1972
The Machinery of Democracy
The Road to Reform, Labour [sic] in Government: Can Labour [sic] Carry Out Its Mandate?
Reshaping Australian Industry: Tariffs and Socialists
Senate Elections 1970 (QS).
The Whitlam government, 1972-1975
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