The 1968 Federal redistribution
During 1968 a massive reshuffling of electoral boundaries took place, the first for thirteen years. The redistribution reflects the changes in population that have occurred in those years: in the New Parliament to be elected in 1969 New South Wales has one seat less and South Australia and Victoria each one more; new seats have been created and old ones abolished; only five constituencies remain unchanged. Past electoral figures are thus unreliable, a deficiency this work overcomes by adjusting...[Show more]
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