Whatever It Takes
Paperback edition of autobiographical account of the life of one of the key figures in the Australian Labor Government during the last 12 years. It is written in a direct conversational style, with stories of tension, drama and humour. Graham Richardson was born into a political household and was taught how to survive by his parents. He describes his early days in the NSW Labor movement, his involvement with the Whitlam era, and the Keating-Hawke challenge. This is an insider's story, filled with political strategies, ruthless application of decisions, character descriptions and a collection of political wisdom. Would interest Labor supporters and political historians. Includes black and white photographs and an index.
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