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why were they the lucky country they had all the natural resources they had coal beef wool uranium opals iron ore gold and diamonds.
what type of government dose Australia has parliamentary democratic and a constitutional monarchy when Britain they started sending convicts there became more people and Britain created a government
how dose the GDP raise by having jobs and trading goods having goods you will make more things and have better jobs
who was James cook James cook was a captain he sent convicts to Australia when there were overcrowded jails in Britain James cook shipped convicts to Australia
how dose GDP raise the standard of living when GDP raises there is more freedom for entrepreneurs and they make jobs when you have more jobs and more goods and services you raise your standard of living
what is a penal colony a penal colony is a prison colony when Britain started sending convicts to Australia they used it for jails
why is there a notional identity crisis when Britain started sending convicts to Australia there decedents were still living in Australia people don't know who was a relative to the convicts or who is immigrants
what type of currency dose Australia have Australia uses the Australian dollar
who was in the overcrowded jails convicts the convicts were sent there because there was to much overcrowded jails