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Kevin Bain

Kevin Bain spent Sunday morning, 3 December 1972, banging on the walls of Pentridge Prison with his mates, demanding the release of jailed draft resisters Ken McClelland and Bob Scates. They were released 4 days later as one of the first acts of the Whitlam-Barnard "two man" government.


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