Whatever it Takes

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Bantam Books, 1994 - Australia - 382 pages
An autobiographical account of the life of one of the key figures in the Australian Labor Government during the last twelve 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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