‘Who can say that liberating the talents and uplifting the horizons of Australians is not a worthy charter for national leadership?’

In his eulogy for ‘this old man’, Bagaarrmugu and Guggu Yalanji man Noel Pearson described Gough Whitlam as ‘Australia’s greatest white elder’. Thanks to Whitlam’s ‘astonishing reform agenda’, said Pearson, ‘[t]he modern cosmopolitan Australia finally emerged like a technicolour butterfly from its long dormant chrysalis’…

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