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Hayden: an Autobiography

By Bill Hayden

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Format: Hardback, 600 pages
Other Information: illustrations
Published In: Australia, 03 April 1996
Bill Hayden is widely considered to be the best man never to have become Prime Minister of Australia. His is the archetypal Aussie battler's story. The son of working class Queensland parents, he was no stranger to difficult times and economic hardship. After beginning his working life as a policeman, he went on to gain a higher education by external studies, while working for the Labor Party and policies in which he fervently believed. His highest aspiration, to become the country's leader, was surrendered on the day the 1983 elections were called, when he handed over the Labor Leadership to Bob Hawke.
EAN: 9780207187698
ISBN: 020718769X
Publisher: Angus & Robertson
Dimensions: 23.4 x 15.6 centimetres (0.69 kg)
Age Range: 15+ years
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