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Why did the ALP lose the election of December 13th 1975 so badly?
When the Australian Labor Party came to power in November 1972, it was following almost a quarter of a century of Liberal government, whose policies were becoming increasingly outdated in comparison to the forward thinking promises of ALP leader, Gough Whitlam. The following three years were a program of social reform, though the leadership period suffered under the effects of a world economy turned sour and through a perceived mismanagement of the Australian finances. Combined with scandals, high inflation, unemployment and a general lack of confidence in a leader that had lead them into…
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