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Wednesday, 1 November 1967

Sir Wilfrid Kent Hughes (CHISHOLM, VICTORIA) - I ask the Prime Minister a question. In view of the statement by the Rt Hon. Arthur Augustus Calwell, published in 'Fact' on 25th August last, that 'Decisions on Vietnam at the ALP Federal Conference in Adelaide show that there has been no weakening of Labor opposition to the continuation of the war and to Australia's part in it' and as the Opposition rightly insists that the House and the people should be told the truth, does the Prime Minister not consider it strange that the Leader of the Australian Labor Party should try to persuade the electors that the policy of the Australian Labor Party has been changed to a more moderate line?

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