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Malcolm Fraser is one of the most interesting and possibly most misunderstood of Australia's Prime Ministers. In this part-memoir and part-authorised biography, Fraser, at the age of 79 years, talks about his time in public life. From the Vietnam War to the dismissal and his years as Prime Minister, through to his concern in recent times for breaches in the Rule of Law and harsh treatment of refugees, Fraser emerges as an enduring liberal, constantly reinterpreting core values to meet the needs of changing times. Written in collaboration with journalist Margaret Simons, Malcolm Fraser's political memoirs trace the story of a shy boy who was raised to be seen and not heard, yet grew to become one of the most persistent, insistent and controversial political voices of our times.
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Format: Paperback Book
Published: November 2010
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Publisher: Melbourne University Press