Maxwell Newton: A Biography
Biography presenting both private and public aspects of the life of a prolific and influential journalist and economic analyst. Written by his daughter, it describes his achievements as editor of the 'Financial Review', 'Sunday Observer' and founding editor of the 'Australian', as well as his many other activities such as political agitator and brothel-owner. Includes source notes and a bibliography.
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