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[Anti carbon tax ephemera : ephemera material collected by the National Library of Australia]
Bib ID 6492791
Format BookBook [text, still image, sheet]
Description 1 drawer of miscellaneous pieces. 
Series

Australian ephemera collection (Formed collections)

Summary

A collection of handbills, flyers, posters and large banners used at anti-carbon tax protest march held at Julia Gillard's electorate office in Werribee (Victoria) at 10:00 am on Saturday the 12th of March, 2011. Some items have been printed and bear authorisation statements indicating they were produced by organisations including Menzies House and the Community Action Network. Some larger items have been hand written or informally produced, and were designed to be held up during the march. Many feature content which personally attacked Julia Gillard, referring to her 2010 pre-election assertions that her government would not pursue an emissions trading scheme and naming her as a liar.

The ephemera collection contains documents of everyday life generally covering publications of fewer than five pages. These may include: advertising material, area guides, booklets, brochures, samples of merchandise postcards, posters, programs, stickers and tickets.

Incomplete contents
  • No carbon Tax - Australian families can't afford it, Julia
  • Juliar
  • Gillard lies!
  • Carbon no tax
  • Gillard, the Greens & those Independents - killing our freedom
  • No more taxes - no more lies
  • Bill will 'Shorten' lying Welsh girl's career
  • Ju-Liar Ju-Liar - your pants are on fire
  • Gillard the Greens & those independents - killing our freedom
 
Notes

A carbon pricing scheme, commonly referred to as a carbon tax, was introduced in Australia by the Gillard Government and became effective on 1 July 2012.

Related Material See related material filed under carbon taxes in the General ephemera collection. 
Subjects Gillard, Julia  |  Protest movements - Australia.  |  Carbon taxes - Government policy - Australia.  |  Emissions trading - Government policy - Australia.  |  Printed ephemera - Australia  |  Australia - Politics and government - 20th century.  |  Australian
Other authors/contributors Menzies House  |  Community Action Network
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