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John Thomas (Jack) Lang (1876–1975) was a significant figure in New South Wales and Federal government and politics from the time of his election as a Political Labor Party (later Australian Labor Party) member to the NSW Legislative Assembly in 1913 until his defeat as an independent member of the House of Representatives in the general election of 1949. An attempt by him to enter the Senate as an independent at the 1951 election was unsuccessful.
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This section contains an overview of the role of the Premier, a focus on Dismissal of Premier Jack Lang and references to relevant sections of the NSW constitution.

The Premier of New South Wales

Role of the Premier

Timeline of premiers

The Dismissal of Premier Jack Lang

Role of Premier Lang

Role of Governor Game


Constitution

 

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National Archives of Australia  
http://www.naa.gov.au/Publications/fact_sheets/FS96.html
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Author: National Archives of Australia  
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