Why Was There a Dunstan at All? By James Reed
There is another big story about Don Dunstan, the South Australian premier from the 1960s, who introduced so many politically correct policies into the quiet, rural state of Tom Playford:
The real question to be asked is how did this happen? How could the people of South Australia have gone with it for the “Dunstan decade”? This was at the beginning and it could have been all nipped in the bud then. Then ask yourself why nothing has been done today, about anything. For example, we are on the verge of defining cash as criminal, yet the sheeple do nothing:
It is a hard life being a Cassandra.