|To Build and Defend A Happy and self-Reliant Australia||1|
|Australian Labor Party Denounces Communism||2|
|LABOR’S MESSAGE to the PEOPLE OF AUSTRALIA Delivered by MR. J. CURTIN, M.H.R.||3|
|GOVERNMENT’S UNREDEEMED PLEDGES.||4|
|RISING YIELD OF TAXATION.||6|
|SAVINGS DUE TO MR. SCULLIN.||7|
|MONETARY AND BANKING.||8|
|TRADE DIVERSION BLUNDER.||10|
|SOUND FISCAL POLICY.||11|
|PROBLEM OF POPULATION.||12|
|DEFENCE OF AUSTRALIA.||14|
|STANDARD RAILWAY GAUGE.||18|
|PRODUCING OIL FROM AUSTRALIA.||19|
|CONCILIATION AND ARBITRATION.||22|
|[Chapter heading not available]||31|
|[Chapter heading not available]||32|
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| author1=Australian Labor Party.
| author2=Curtin, John.
| title=To build and defend a happy and self-reliant Australia : policy speech of the Australian Labor Party
| section=32 p. : 1 port. ; 21 cm.
| publisher=Australian Labor Party
| access-date=19 April 2021
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