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Title Gough Whitlam : a tribute : 1916-2014 / with a foreword by John Faulkner ; project team: Patrick Gallagher, concept, John Irenmonger and Rebecca Kaiser, captions, Geoffrey Browne and Rebecca Kaiser, pictorial research, Tabitha King and Emily O'Neill, designers with assistance from John Faulkner, Michael Sexton, Peter Cochrane
Published Crows Nest, NSW : Allen & Unwin, 2014
©2014

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Description x, 164 pages : illustrations, portraits, facsimiles ; 27 cm
regular print
Summary Gough Whitlam died on 21 October 2014. His legacy to the Australian people was a nation transformed. With all royalties going to the Whitlam Institute, this tribute traces his extraordinary life through the photographers' lens from his childhood and meeting his great love Margaret, to the soaring successes and shattering defeats of his political life and his ongoing enthusiasm for the great cause of a fairer, more mature Australia. "To the Australian public, Gough Whitlam is the 'It's Time' prime minister; the prime minister who swept away 23 years of conservative government; the prime minister of free education, universal health care, women's liberation, Aboriginal land rights, and the final withdrawal from Vietnam. These achievements are matched by the enduring power of the drama of the Dismissal, the instantly recognisable images of the front steps at Old Parliament House, of 'maintain the rage' and 'Kerr's cur'. But Gough is more than this. To the Labor Party, he was our longest serving Federal leader, a talented and dedicated politician who spent twenty years on the backbench, the frontbench and in the leadership working to reform Labor's structures and policies. Rarely patient, sometimes reckless, always persistent, Gough cajoled and nudged and occasionally bludgeoned internal ALP structures into a form that could take the party to victory
Analysis Australian
Whitlam, Gough
Prime Minister
Former Prime Ministers
ALP
Biography
History
Photographs
Notes "Project team: Patrick Gallagher, concept; John Ironmonger and Rebecca Kaiser, captions; Geoffrey Browne and Rebecca Kaiser, pictorial research; Tabitha King and Emily O'Neill designers; with assistance from John Faulkner, Michael Sexton, Peter Cochrane" -- Opposite title page
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references (page 164)
Notes Also published electronically
Subject Whitlam, Gough, 1916-2014.
Whitlam, Gough, 1916-2014 -- Anecdotes.
Whitlam, Gough, 1916-2014 -- Pictorial works.
Whitlam, Gough, 1916-2014 -- Portraits.
Australian Labor Party -- History -- 20th century.
Prime ministers -- Australia -- Biography.
Prime ministers -- Australia -- Portraits.
Prime ministers -- Australia -- Pictorial works -- Biography.
Social change -- Law and legislation -- Australia.
Prime ministers -- Australia -- Pictorial works.
Social change -- Political aspects -- Australia.
Australia -- Politics and government -- 20th century.
Genre/Form Biography.
History.
Portraits.
Biographies.
Anecdotes.
Illustrated works.
Portraits.
Author Faulkner, John, 1954- author of introduction, etc
Gallagher, Patrick, conceptor
Irenmonger, John, writer of added text
Kaiser, Rebecca, writer of added text, researcher
Browne, Geoffrey, researcher
King, Tabitha, book designer
O'Neill, Emily, book designer
Sexton, Michael, 1946- contributor
Cochrane, Peter, 1950- contributor
ISBN 9781865084374
1865084379 hardback
Other Titles Gough Whitlam : a tribute