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May 30 , 2010

The Unmaking of Gough


The Unmaking of Gough is the story of the most dramatic and extraordinary eighteen months in Australian political history. Paul Kelly draws upon his personal conversations with the main players at the time to tell this compelling story. Kelly deals with the loans affair, the Cairns sacking, Malcolm Fraser's overthrow of Bill Snedden, the 1975 constitutional crisis and the dismissal of the Whitlam government. This is a story of power, intrigue and events almost beyond belief.
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