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Reconnecting Labor

Author: Barry Donovan
Publisher: Carlton, Vic. : Scribe Publications, 2006.
Edition/Format:   Print book : English
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In the Australian political marketplace, the ALP seems to be trying to sell last season's ideas: John Howard's deregulated, privatised non-society has triumphed. Why has Lobor lost its way?
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Genre/Form: Interviews
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Barry Donovan
ISBN: 1920769854 9781920769857
OCLC Number: 71244987
Description: 213 pages ; 24 cm
Contents: 1: John Howard's white picket landscape --
2: Rodney Cavalier: what's wrong with the ALP? --
3: Julia Gillard: Talking policy --
4: Tony Burke: a new voice in Canberra --
5: Clare O'Neil: younger Labor --
6: Bill Shorten: on the rise --
7: Sue Pieters-Hawke: the next generation --
8: Mark Arbib: getting back on the field --
9: Evan Thornley: talking business --
10: Megan Stoyles: it was time --
11: Bob Hawke: according Australia --
12: Mark Latham: Labor club-buster --
13: Kim Beazley: bouncing back uphill --
14: Bracks and Martin: state winners
Responsibility: Barry Donovan.

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In the Australian political marketplace, the ALP seems to be trying to sell last season's ideas: John Howard's deregulated, privatised non-society has triumphed. Why has Lobor lost its way?

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