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Australia's involvement in Vietnam was the catalyst for social and political changes. Protests against the war made Australians more aware of their ability to affect political change. Don Dunstan looks at the impact of the anti-war movement, and at the emergence of other protest groups such as the women's liberationists and the conservation groups.

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Crew

Director
Stafford Garner
Writers
Don Dunstan  Stafford Garner
Producer
Stafford Garner

Production Details

Production Completion Date
1981
Genre
Drama, History and national identity
Production Company
Australian Broadcasting Corporation

Sales

International Sales
ABC Content Sales