Curtin's gift : reinterpreting Australia's greatest Prime Minister / John Edwards Edwards, John (John Ker)

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Edwards, John (John Ker)
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Curtin, John, 1885-1945.; Australian Labor Party; Curtin, John J.
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Summary: John Curtin, prime minister during the darkest days of the Second Woeld War, is remembered as the reluctant hero of Australian politics. John Edwards offers a reinterpretation of the leader and the man in which Curtin emerges as a deceptively cunning player in the chess game of politics. Summary: John Curtin, prime minister during the darkest days of the Second World War, is remembered as the reluctant hero of Australian politics. John Edwards offers a reinterpretation of the leader and the man in which Curtin emerges as a deceptively cunning player in the chess game of politics. John Curtin, prime minister during the darkest days of the Second World War, continues to be a romantic figure in Australia's political history. John Edwards has taken an entirely original approach to Curtin's life. He offers a reinterpretation of the leader and the man.
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