Arthur Tange: Last of the Mandarins
The first biography of the man who defined Australian foreign affairs and defence policy for over 25 years brings new light on many of Australia's political crises including the downfall of John Gorton as PM, the fault line in Australian-US relationships during the Whitlam government and the deaths of the Balibo Five in East Timor.
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