2005-12-16, English, Article, Report edition: Bob Carr: ethos was more important than ideology Tim Soutphommasane

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  • Australian Review of Public Affairs, 2005-12-16
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  • English

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  • Bob Carr: ethos was more important than ideology
Author
  • Tim Soutphommasane
Published
  • Australian Review of Public Affairs, 2005-12-16
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  • It has been four months since Bob Carr resigned as premier of New South Wales. Some speculated that Carr’s retirement was a temporary break before a draft into the federal Labor leadership. One thing is certain, writes Tim Soutphommasane: even if he does not pursue politics on the national stage, Bob Carr is likely to remain a public man.
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