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Interview with Sandra Kanck [sound recording] Interviewer: Alison McDougall

Title
Interview with Sandra Kanck [sound recording] Interviewer: Alison McDougall
Repository
State Library of South Australia
Reference
OH 833
Date Range
2007
Description

2 hours 28 mins "Eminent Australians Oral History Project' An interview with the Hon Sandra Kanck MLC, commissioned for the National Library of Australia's Eminent Australians Interviewing Program in conjunction with the State Library of South Australia's J. D. Somerville Oral History Collection. Sandra Kanck talks about her childhood in Broken Hill, her family life, responses to her upbringing, parental absences, family's involvement with the Methodist church, love of singing, importance of school, being the 'black sheep' of the family, political awareness, Pollyanna, teacher training, marriage, Aussie Kanck, pregnancy, Sydney move, feminism, move to Adelaide, involvement with the Democrats, Meg Lees, being a politician, social justice and environment priorities, the Housing Trust, Children in State Care legislation, committees, relationships with other politicians, overseas travel, world issues, drug law reform, community groups, and the future.

Formats
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