Latham and Abbott

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Random House Australia, 2004 - Australia - 408 pages
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LATHAM AND ABBOTT: The lives and rivalry of the two finest politicians of their generation One was rich and one was poor. They came from vastly different sides of the same city to Canberra in 1994, where each identified the other as the man to beat on his way to the top. Told in the same dramatic form as Jeffrey Archer's FIRST AMONG EQUALS, this is the first biography of two formidably talented and fiercely ambitious politicians- the most exciting of their generation- whose story is one of the great rivalries of Australian politics.

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Michael Duffy is a columnist for the Daily Telegraph and the Courier Mail, and presents Counterpoint on Radio National. He has run his own publishing company, worked in the state and federal public services, and been a delegate in two trade unions. Between 1993 and 1996 he edited the Independent Monthly.

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