At the conclusion of one of his ‘Forgotten People’ broadcasts in 1942, Robert Menzies said: ‘It is perhaps not untrue to say that if, in the history of the last hundred years, everybody had been compelled to subscribe to what the majority thought, there would have been no progress in the world and we should have become merely a community of dumb and driven cattle.’
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