Key events in the life of Gough Whitlam October 20, 2014 10.15pm EDT Charis Palmer, Emil Jeyaratnam, and Sarah Olle Authors Charis Palmer Deputy Editor, The Conversation Emil Jeyaratnam Multimedia Editor, The Conversation Sarah Olle Editor, The Conversation Partners View all partners Republish this article Republish our articles for free, online or in print, under Creative Commons license. A giant of his time. Paul Miller/AAP To navigate the timeline below, hover your mouse on the right (and on the left to move back). Gough Whitlam Timeline You might also like At a demonstration, Faith Bandler (right) and her daughter Lilon (2R) appeal to national unity as grounds for constitutional amendment. Aboriginal Studies Press ‘Right wrongs, write Yes’: what was the 1967 referendum all about? Gough Whitlam speaks to reporters after being dismissed as prime minister. National Archives of Australia Australian politics explainer: Gough Whitlam’s dismissal as prime minister To survive in a Chinese world, Australia is going to have to say ‘no’ to China – as Gough Whitlam did. National Archives of Australia Stephen FitzGerald: Managing Australian foreign policy in a Chinese world Was World Vision Australia chief advocate Tim Costello right to say that Australia’s foreign aid spending was at its highest under Menzies, at 0.5% of gross national income? AAP Image/Royal Australian Air Force, CPL Jessica de Rouw FactCheck: What are the facts on Australia’s foreign aid spending?