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A member of the distinguished Whitington family of South Australia, Don Whitington was born in Ballarat and . He wrote several books on federal politics and two novels. The Menzies Era and After, 1949–1970 (1972).
A member of the distinguished Whitington family of South Australia, Don Whitington was born in Ballarat and grew up in Tasmania. He worked as a jackaroo in New South Wales before he moved to Sydney in 1933 and began working as a journalist. In 1968 he wrote a series of articles for The Age on the political, racial and economic problems faced by the then Australian territory of Papua New Guinea. His unfinished autobiography was published the year after he died of a heart attack. His first marriage, of 1936, produced three children but ended in divorce.
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Author: Whitington, Don, 1911-1977; Format: Book; vi, 170 . 10 p. of plates : ports. Whitington, Don. Canberra : Australian National University Press. Strive to be fair : an unfinished autobiography, Don Whitington Australian National University Press Canberra 1978. Australian/Harvard Citation. Simpson's safari : South African test series 1966-7, . Whitington ; with forewords by Jack Cheetham.
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The Menzies era saw robust economic growth and, by the standards of today, astonishingly low unemployment. So consistently good was the performance of the economy during this time that both sides of politics came to assume it would always be that way. The Coalition and the ALP were deeply antagonistic towards each other on foreign policy and defence issues – what we now collectively call ‘national security’.
Between 1910 and 1970 the Australian government took 100,000 Aboriginal children away from their homes. Up to now only one member of Australia's Stolen Generation has received money from the government. These children, known as the Stolen Generation, were often under five years of age. They were taken away from their families because the government did not believe in the future of the Aborigines. They thought it would be better to bring them to white families. Bruce Trevorrow was taken to hospital on Christmas Day in 1957. His father never saw him again and the government sent him to a white foster family.