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How did Edmund Barton Make An important contribution to demo

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by Kate Berrill on 27 February 2014

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Transcript of How did Edmund Barton Make An important contribution to demo

How did Edmund Barton Make An Important Contribution To Democracy And Federation?
He was one of the participants of the Constitutional Convention. This was a meeting of making ways to have ways to make Australia a united nation. The convention discussed laws for proposed federation.
Edmund Barton was appointed the very first prime minister of Australia. He was made prime minister from 1901 to 1903. After he was made prime minister his main task of ministry was to organize the very first federal elections. Barton's protectionist part won the first election. They put together the first government of Australia.
Edmund Barton passed away due to a heart attack in 1920. He also had a campaign slogan. "For the first time a nation for a continent and a continent for a nation."
Edmund Barton Wanted Australia To Become One United Nation.
After the death of Sir Henry Parkes in 1896 Edmund Barton wanted to continue his good work in his role in promoting federation. Henry Pqrkes was known as The Father Of Federation.
Australia Elects the First Prime minister!
Edmund Barton

1849-1920
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