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Wednesday, 28 March 1973
Page: 819


Mr WENTWORTH (MacKellar) - I remember reading a long time ago the most famous of all poems, namely, the 'Iliad'. It referred to the contest which occurred through the throwing of a golden apple. The Australian Country Party and the Liberal Party surely are united. The Labor Party has thrown a golden apple with the objective of dividing us. I regret that some people are more inclined to think of the apple than of the substance. The great thing to do is to oppose the tactics of the Labor Party in trying to divide the Liberal Party and the Country Party.







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