„Women are unquestionably destined to exercise more and more influence upon practical politics in Australia“

—  Robert Menzies, Context: Women are unquestionably destined to exercise more and more influence upon practical politics in Australia…In the educating of the electorate in liberal ideas they have for many years been an effective force. Now we have an organisation in which all distinctions have gone, and with men and women working equally for the one body … Albury Conference, 1944
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Robert Menzies
1894 - 1978
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