Yes, Premier: Labor Leadership in Australia's States and Territories

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UNSW Press, 2005 - History - 273 pages
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The focus of Yes, Premier is on the big names of state and territory Labor politics: Carr, Beattie, Bracks, Rann, Gallop, Martin, Stanhope and Bacon/Lennon. The book includes a chapter on each state or territory, and in each case focuses on the leader who has led their party to power and so created this unprecedented and historical situation.
 

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Definitely not my sort of reads but I picked it up for a challenge and I read it! It has given me a better insight into the world of politics. The book is a collection of essays in relation to 7 labor ... Read full review

Contents

Contributors
7
Bob CarrThe unexpected Colossus
33
The boy from Atherton
61
Victoriasnice guywho
89
A new generation
116
Thediscreet revolutionist
145
What you see is what
169
A fortunateking of spin
197
Jim BaconPaul LennonrThe changing of the
223
Leaders and the leadership challenge
253
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Paul Williams is with the Department of Political Science and International Studies, University of Birmingham.

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