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resembling a bullock in strength and power

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Vance Palmer praised Furphy's "robust egalitarianism", radical populism, and anti-authoritarianism, and found in Furphy's bullockies "a passion for social equality" among "the men who pioneered unionism".
Was Furphy stupid or engaged in a wicked cover-up of evil deeds of his fellow bullockies, swagmen and selectors?
These people were called 'go-getters' or 'bullockies' and risked gaol for their trouble.
Driving along the southern bank of the Murrumbidgee River past Gundagai they sang 'There's a track winding back', (though they did not stop and admire the Dog on the Tuckerbox and the inscription below written by Brian Fitzpatrick, which celebrated the pioneers and bullockies who opened up the region).