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Title: Interview with Len King (AC QC)
Authors: King, Len [Interviewee]
Donovan, Peter [Interviewer]
Keywords: Don Dunstan
South Australia
Dunstan government
Dunstan leadership
Len King (AC QC)
Labor Party
Consumer protection
Licensing laws
Law reform
Law making
Electoral reform
Legislative Council
Adult suffrage
Social democracy
Social reforms
Gough Whitlam
Intergovernmental relations
Salisbury affair
Independent judiciary
Issue Date: 7-Nov-2008
Abstract: Interview with Len King by Peter Donovan on the 10th November 2004 for the Don Dunstan Foundation. Honourable Len King, ACQC, is a former Chief Justice and also was Attorney-General in the Dunstan government. In this interview, Len discusses Don Dunstan as a leader, social reforms under Don Dunstan's government and people and issues from the Dunstan era.
Description: Don Dunstan Oral History Project interview transcripts. No conditions are imposed on the reuse of this transcript by the interviewee. However, further publication in full by others is not permitted without permission from the State Library of South Australia, and any partial use or quoting in research publications requires proper acknowledgement of the State Library of South Australia.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/2328/3240
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