Australia's Prime Ministers

Australia's Prime Ministers

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Since Federation Australia has had 25 Prime Ministers. Some have towered over their party, Parliament and the national scene. Others have been pushed about by events or their own colleagues even by Parliament. The contest for the Prime Ministership has come to resemble the presidential-style elections of the United States. It is a personality battle between two contenders, not one over ideas, principles, or even parties. Brian Carroll tells of all 25 Prime Ministers A³long time survivors Bob Menzies, Billy Hughes, Joe Lyons, Malcolm Fraser, and Bob Hawke; of three timers Alfred Deakin and Andrew Fisher; of short-timers Earle Page, Frank Forde, and John McEwen. The book contains a chapter on possible future prime ministers - Latham, Costello and Abbott. Brian Carroll is a Melbourne-based freelance writer who has written several books on aspects of Australian history. He has a Master of Arts degree from the University of Melbourne, with honours in Australian history.When parliament was not in session, Keating continued to live at home with his parents in Bankstown. At Parliament House, he developed close relations with Lionel Bowen, with whom he shared a small office, and Rex Connor, the shadow Minister for Minerals and Energy, from whom he began to learn rapidly about Australiaa#39;s mining industry and trade relations. His outward-looking views would in time owe more to his contacts in the mining industry Paul Keating: The Deregulatoranbsp;...

Title:Australia's Prime Ministers
Author: Brian Carroll
Publisher:Rosenberg Pub Pty Limited - 2004

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