Gary Foley with Mao Tse Tung. ASIO were always concerned that landrights was a communist front. The Communist Party was the only major party to support the struggle for land until 1972.
Professor Des Ball believes ASIO was penetrated by the KGB to a very senior level.
Meredith Burgmann middle class girl who was leading campaigner against Apartheid. Foley and his cohort managed to enlist middle class white kids to support the cause of black Australians. This anlarged and vitalised the struggle for equity.
Retired Justice Michael Kirby, in his file his aunty Glory sad he was bariny but a reactionary. He was shocked to read her thoughts.
Jack Mundey President of the CPA and leader of the Builders Labourers Federation. Both groups provided practical support to Foley and his colleagues.
Shooting an interview with Garuy Foley in a penthouse in Melbourne. A perfect irony.
Foley with the statue of Capt Cook. He knew he could always get headlines if they went down to Hyde Park and threw some black paint over Capt Cook.
Foley in Redfern
Gary at the fornt door of the headquarters of the National Black Theatre
Barrie Dexter retired head of the Department of Aboriginal Affairs. And Foley's nemesis. With ASIO having great difficulty getting agents near the radicals it came down to My Dexter to provide information on what was happening.
Foley in Redfern
Foley and Dexter reconciled after fifty years.
Shooting at Barrie Dexter's home.
Assoc. Professor David McKnight, ASIO faikled to understabnd the changing times and Apartheid, equal pay for women and many of the other social trends of the 1960s they reagarded as Communist fronts.