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Anne Henderson is the deputy director of The Sydney Institute, the editor of The Sydney Papers Online, and the coeditor of The Sydney Institute Quarterly. She is the author of numerous books, including An Angel in The Court: The Life of Major Joyce Harmer, Getting Even: Women MPs on Life, Power and Politics, and The Killing of Sister Irene McCormack.
"Anne Henderson has helped fill a gap in the historical record with a very readable narrative of Joe Lyons . . . . I found some of the historical material surrounding the 1931 Labor split during the Great Depression illuminating." --John Howard AC, former Prime Minister of Australia "Anne Henderson has given her readers a very special understanding of Joe Lyons the individual, a young man from a poor family in the Tasmanian bush who rose to become one of Australia's most popular and long-serving prime ministers--a truly absorbing story." --Jocelyn Newman AO, former Howard Government minister