The new Prime Minister, John Curtin, from the cartoon 'Taken over' by John Frith Endnotes

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1. Commonwealth Parliamentary Debates, volume 183, p 4107

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2. Edwards, J, In search of John Curtin, JCPML public lecture, 19 April 2001. Available at http://john.curtin.edu.au/events/speeches/edwardsj.html

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Introduction

 

1. John Curtin Prime Ministerial Library. Records of the Australian Labor Party, National Branch. ALP Policy, broadcast speech by John Curtin, 28 August 1940. JCPML00421/2

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2. Edwards, J, In search of John Curtin, JCPML public lecture, 19 April 2001. Available at http://john.curtin.edu.au/events/speeches/edwardsj.html

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Economic Reform

 

1. John Curtin Prime Ministerial Library. Records of the Australian Labor Party, National Branch. ALP Policy, broadcast speech by John Curtin, 28 August 1940. JCPML00421/2

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2. Commonwealth Parliamentary Debates, volume 85, p 17

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3. John Curtin Prime Ministerial Library. Records of the Australian Labor Party WA Branch. Westralian Worker editorial, 17 August 1923. JCPML00302/337

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4.International Monetary Fund, Articles of Agreement of the International Monetary Fund. Available at http://www.imf.org/external/pubs/ft/aa/index_new.htm

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5. Aspects of the cooperation agreed to by member states is outlined in Article VII of the Agreement. See International Monetary Fund, Articles of Agreement of the International Monetary Fund. Available at http://www.imf.org/external/pubs/ft/aa/index_new.htm

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6. Waters, W, The post-war reconstruction plans of the Australian Labor Party during the Second World War, Thesis (MEc) University of Sydney, 1968 p 17

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7. John Curtin Prime Ministerial Library. Records of the Australian Labor Party WA Branch. Westralian Worker editorial, 8 February 1918. JCPML00302/50

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8. Chifley, J, 'Planning for peace: Government's policy explained. I - Employment chief aim', Sydney Morning Herald, 1 December 1943, p 6

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9. John Curtin Prime Ministerial Library. Records of the Australian Labor Party WA Branch. Westralian Worker editorial, 9 June 1922. JCPML00302/275

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10. John Curtin Prime Ministerial Library. Records of the John Curtin Prime Ministerial Library. Rowse, Tim. 2003. Curtin and Labor's full employment promise. JCPML00793/1/2

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11. Coombs, H, From Curtin to Keating : the 1945 and 1994 White Papers on Employment : A better environment for human and economic diversity? :A discussion paper, Darwin, Australian National University, 1994, p 4

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Social Services and Immigration

 

1. Chifley, J, 'Planning for Peace III: Social Security Scheme: National insurance rejected', Sydney Morning Herald, 3 December 1943, p 4

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2. Kewley, T, Social security in Australia: The development of social security and health benefits from 1900 to the present, Sydney, Sydney University Press, c1965, p 186

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3. John Curtin Prime Ministerial Library. Records of David Day. "One damn thing after another" David Day, 12 October 2001. JCPML00686/1

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4. Bevege, M, Behind barbed wire : Internment in Australia during World War II , St Lucia, Qld, University of Queensland Press, 1993

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5. John Curtin Prime Ministerial Library. Records of the Australian Labor Party WA Branch. Westralian Worker editorial, 28 September 1928. JCPML00302/603

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6. John Curtin Prime Ministerial Library. Records of the Australian Labor Party WA Branch. Westralian Worker editorial, 10 August 1923. JCPML00302/336

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7. John Curtin Prime Ministerial Library. Records of the Australian Labor Party WA Branch. Westralian Worker editorial, 1 July 1927. JCPML00302/538

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8. John Curtin Prime Ministerial Library. Records of Great Britain. Foreign Office. Australian diplomatic representation abroad: immigration into Australia, 1945. JCPML00779/17. Original held by UK PRO, FO 371/50368

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9. Peters, N, Milk and honey but no gold: Postwar migration to Western Australia 1945-1965, 2001, Perth, University of WA Press, p 21

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Education and Broadcasting

 
 

1. John Curtin Prime Ministerial Library. Records of West Australian News Ltd. The West Australian, The Views of Labour, April 16, 1932. JCPML00610/12

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2. Digest of Decisions and Announcements and Important Speeches by The Prime Minister (The Hon John Curtin) no 99, 22 March 1945 - 17 April 1945, p 32

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3. Digest of Decisions and Announcements and Important Speeches by The Prime Minister (The Hon John Curtin) no 100, 11 April 1945 - 30 April 1945, p 43

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4. Fact sheet 178 Commonwealth Reconstruction Training Scheme (CRTS) Administrative Records, National Archives of Australia, 2000, Available at http://naa.gov.au/fsheets/fs178.html

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5. John Curtin Prime Ministerial Library. Records of the Timber Workers Union. 'Thwarting the tempest' Timber Worker, 14 June 1913. JCPML00615/9

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6. Inglis, K, This is the ABC : The Australian Broadcasting Commission 1932-1983, Carlton, Vic, Melbourne University Press, 1983, p 64

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7. Inglis, K, This is the ABC : The Australian Broadcasting Commission 1932-1983, Carlton, Vic, Melbourne University Press, 1983, p 111

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8. Inglis, K, This is the ABC : The Australian Broadcasting Commission 1932-1983, Carlton, Vic, Melbourne University Press, 1983, p 97

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9. Inglis, K, This is the ABC : The Australian Broadcasting Commission 1932-1983, Carlton, Vic, Melbourne University Press, 1983, p 125

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10. Inglis, K, This is the ABC : The Australian Broadcasting Commission 1932-1983, Carlton, Vic, Melbourne University Press, 1983, p 17

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11. Inglis, K, This is the ABC : The Australian Broadcasting Commission 1932-1983, Carlton, Vic, Melbourne University Press, 1983, p 31

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Independent Foreign Policy

 

1. John Curtin Prime Ministerial Library. Records of the Australian Labor Party WA Branch. Westralian Worker editorial, 2 March 1923. JCPML00302/313

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2. John Curtin Prime Ministerial Library. Records of the Australian Labor Party WA Branch. Westralian Worker editorial, 2 March 1923. JCPML00302/313

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3. John Curtin Prime Ministerial Library. Records of Charles Lemmon. John Curtin's speech to House of Representatives, August 25, 1937. JCPML00279/1

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4. John Curtin Prime Ministerial Library. Records of John Curtin. The Task Ahead by John Curtin, 27 December 1941 [Melbourne Herald]. JCPML00468/1

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5. John Curtin Prime Ministerial Library. Records of the Australian Labor Party WA Branch. Westralian Worker editorial, 22 June 1928. JCPML00302/589

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6. Hasluck, P, The government and the people, 1942-1945, Canberra, Australian War Memorial, 1970, p 480

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7. Watt, A, The evolution of Australian foreign policy, 1938-1965, Cambridge,Cambridge University Press, 1967, p 83

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Parliamentary Power

 
 

1. Souter, G, Acts of Parliament. A narrative history of the Senate and House of Representatives of the Commonwealth of Australia, Burwood, Melbourne University Press, 1988, p 339

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2. Souter, G, Acts of Parliament. A narrative history of the Senate and House of Representatives of the Commonwealth of Australia, Burwood, Melbourne University Press, 1988, p 350

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