The Dole Generation

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Episode of Series “Four corners (Television program)”.
Two items from the Four Corners television program. “The Dole Generation” looks at the frustration’s of the unemployed and some community work-schemes operating in Adelaide for young people. ‘Russian Nuclear accident’ traces the clues that makes Dr Zhores Meduedev, an exiled Soviet biochemist, believe that stored nuclear waste accidentally exploded in the Ural mountains of Russia in 1957, killing several thousand people

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