Jack Lang in the Great Depression.
In years following the wall street collapse Australia was plunged into what would become the 'Great Depression' and the social and economic effects were felt enormously throughout the nation. Unemployment had reached over 450,000 in a population of 8 million. People were not only struggling to live but starving; soup kitchens, people receiving the dole and vagrants were the norm. The nation was plunged into crisis and in the political realm there were crises of their own. Governments were struggling to meet the demands of the unemployed nation and foreign debt collectors, they were strugg…
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