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During the 1960's and 1970's, Australia was very nearly the same as the United States, in terms of people, automobiles, civilian airliners (air transportation), merchant vessels, and a large continent, just as the US is. The Australian language was the same as America's. Australia's standard of living was the same as America's. The only noticable differences between Australia and the US, was the Australian accent, Australian's drove on the opposite side of their roads, and their steering wheels in their cars were on opposite sides. ( And naturally, when speaking with an Australian, he'll say American's drive on the opposite side, etc). Another difference was, Australia had less inflation than did the US. Australia's dollar went further. There was one more difference; Australia appeared to have the VALUES & TRADITIONS of the United States of the 1940's and 1950's. Said another way, visiting Australia during the 1960's/1970's was like going back into time, to America in the 1940's. Australian family's were like in the films, "Lassie", or "Ozzie and Harriet", "Father Knows Best", etc. The impact of the Vietnam War on Australia's relations with Asia, nearly mirrored America's.

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