Rise of the Ruddbot: Observations from the Gallery

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ReadHowYouWant.com, Sep 1, 2010 - 480 pages
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Opposition leaders are like miniature piglets. They look so sweet in the shop, don't they? With their whiffling little pink noses and their eagerness to please; with their intelligent eyes and their loving natures and the sales assistant's guarantee that they are fastidiously clean and, moreover, will fetch the paper every morning - what's not t...
 

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Annabel Crabb was born in February 1973 in Adelaide, South Australia. She is a graduate of the University of Adelaide with two degrees, a Bachelors of Arts and a Bachelor of Law. Currently she is a political journalist and commentator for ABC, and is their chief online political writer. She is the author of Losing It: The Inside Story of the Labor Party in Opposition, Quarterly Essay 34: Stop at Nothing: The Life and Adventures of Malcolm Turnbull, Rise of the Ruddbot: Observations from the Gallery- Melbourne, The Wife Drought- Melbourne, and Special Delivery - Favourite Food To Make and Take (written with Wendy Sharpe). Her awards include the Walkley Award for best magazine feature writing, for her work Quarterly Essay 34: Stop at Nothing: The Life and Adventures of Malcolm Turnbull.

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