The Campaign Against Nuclear Power and the Right to March

Over the past 50 years the opposition to conservative National and Labor governments in Queensland has been extra-parliamentary. On 4th September 1967 street marches were banned by Premier Frank Nicklin to stop the anti-vietnam war demonstrations growing. 126 people were arrested in Roma Street Brisbane. Joh Bjelke Petersen became Premier on 8 August 1968. After … Continue reading The Campaign Against Nuclear Power and the Right to March