Mungo: The Man Who Laughs

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Duffy & Snellgrove, 2001 - Australia - 292 pages
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Mungo MacCallum was one of the wittiest political journalists to chronicle the brief golden age of Gough Whitlam's period as Prime Minister of Australia. MacCallum became one of the most influential political chroniclers, writing consistently entertaining material on Australian Federal politics.

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Review: Mungo: The Man Who Laughs

User Review  - Juanita - Goodreads

I've always loved his political commentary. I didn't think it was possible to have even less respect for politicians than I already had, but Mungo proved me wrong.An eye opening expose on the way politics works (or doesn't). Read full review

Review: Mungo: The Man Who Laughs

User Review  - Juanita - Goodreads

I've always loved his political commentary. I didn't think it was possible to have even less respect for politicians than I already had, but Mungo proved me wrong.An eye opening expose on the way politics works (or doesn't). Read full review

Contents

My family used to run the place and all I GOT
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Street he would have gone mad a lot sooner
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Onward Catholic Soldiers sticking it to Labor
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Copyright

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