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Interview with Andrew Strickland
Interview with Andrew Strickland by George Lewkowicz on 6th March 2009. Andrew Strickland worked in the Premier’s Department and the Department of Environment and Conservation.
Interview with Andrew Bishop
Interview with Andrew Bishop by George Lewkowicz. Andrew Bishop worked in the Premier’s Department in the late 1970s. The interview was held on 19th June 2008.
Interview with Barry Orr
Interview with Barry Orr by George Lewkowicz on 13th December 2007. Barry Orr worked in the area of economic development in the Premier's Department in the Dunstan era.
Interview with Kelvin Bertram
Interview with Kelvin Bertram by George Lewkowicz on 3rd July 2008. Kelvin was Don Dunstan’s private secretary for a while and then worked in the Policy Division of the Premier’s Department.
Interview with Ken Taeuber
Interview with Ken Taeuber by Bruce Guerin on 19 June 2007. Ken Taeuber worked in the South Australian public service from 1939 to 1983.
Interview with Len Amadio
Interview with Len Amadio by Felicity Morgan on 24th October, 2007. Len Amadio discusses his contribution to the development of the arts in South Australia during Don Dunstan’s premiership.
Interview with Philip Bentley on industrial democracy
Interview with Philip Bentley by George Lewkowicz from the Don Dunstan Foundation held on November 5, 2007. Philip Bentley, politician and economist, was Director of the Industrial Democracy Unit during Don Dunstan's ...
Interview with Graham Inns
Interview with Graham Inns by George Lewkowicz on his work with Don Dunstan in the South Australian Public Service in the 1970s. The interview was held on the 10th February 2009.
Interview with David Mercer
Interview with David Mercer by Bruce Guerin on 28th June 2007. David Mercer was Chairman of the Public Service Board under Don Dunstan from about March 1977 until he retired two years later.
Interview with Dennis Ryan
Interview with Dennis Ryan by George Lewkowicz on 24th June 2008. Dennis worked in the State Government, particularly the Premier’s Department, in the late 1970s during the Dunstan Era.