Lynched: The Life of Sir Phillip Lynch, Mastermind of the Ambush that Ended Gough's Run

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Salzburg Pub., 1991 - Australia - 268 pages
A biography of Phillip Lynch by the journalist and political commentator, Brian Buckley, who was on Lynch's staff during his time as deputy leader of the Opposition and Treasurer - a portrait of the man with a secret role in the dismissal of the Whitlam government and, Buckly writes, mastermind of the strategy. 'Lynched' answers many hidden questions about the dismissal. The rest of Lynch's political career unfolds in colourful vein (many B & W news pics with all the usual suspects); illness cut it short when he died aged 50.

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