Interview with Don Hopgood
Hopgood, Don [Interviewee]
Linn, Rob [Interviewer]
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Interview with Don Hopgood by Rob Linn on 20th November 2007. Don Hopgood became a Minister after the 1970 election and spent 23 years in Parliament. During this time, he worked in the governments of Don Dunstan, Des Corcoran and John Bannon. In this interview, Don focuses mainly on his time in the Dunstan government. Some of the topics Don discusses are Don Dunstan, Cabinet, Caucus and reforms brought in by Don Dunstan. He also discusses issues, people and events he remembers during his time in Parliament.
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.