The Latham Diaries

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Melbourne Univ. Publishing, Jan 1, 2005 - Australia - 429 pages
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Features political diaries of one of Australia's most promising national leaders - Mark Latham. This work includes bulletins from the front line of Labor politics. It provides a view into the life of a man, the Party and the nation at a crucial time in Australian history.
 

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Lots of acerbic, bitter ranting, but what do you expect? Despite his flaws, Latham has insights that are worth absorbing, if you can endure the rest. Read full review

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What a ripper of a book. Hilarious in parts, but overall a convincing argument of the hollow shell the ALP has become. The epilogue was particularly sad. Good on him for having a go and making the ... Read full review

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