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The Australian Election '07

AUTHORS
Editorial: Paul Williams

VOLUME NO.
27 [2]

PUBLICATION DATE
2008

ABSTRACT

 The 2007 Australian federal election might be
considered the most significant Australian poll since
the Hawke Labor victory of 1983, or even since
Gough Whitlam’s 1972 social revolution. It is therefore
appropriate this special edition of Social Alternatives
explores this election’s significance for policy and
social justice. The 2007 poll remains significant for
several reasons, not least of which is a rare change of
government: only the sixth such occurrence since the
end of World War Two.

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