Malcolm Fraser on Australian Biography

Malcolm Fraser on Australian Biography

Malcolm Fraser – The Political Memoirs  The former liberal Prime Minister, a grazier’s son, who attended the elite Melbourne Grammar School before receiving his masters from Oxford and entered the parliament at the then record age of 24.

Malcolm Fraser – The Political Memoirs The former liberal Prime Minister, a grazier’s son, who attended the elite Melbourne Grammar School before receiving his masters from Oxford and entered the parliament at the then record age of 24.

Brief biography of the Rt. Hon. Malcolm Fraser  Malcolm Fraser was Australia's 22nd Prime Minister, leading the nation from November 1975 to March 1983.

Brief biography of the Rt. Hon. Malcolm Fraser Malcolm Fraser was Australia's 22nd Prime Minister, leading the nation from November 1975 to March 1983.

Former prime minister Malcolm Fraser has made a radical call for Australia to break its alliance with the United States and…  https://theconversation.com/fraser-says-get-us-forces-out-of-northern-australia-and-close-pine-gap-25980

Former prime minister Malcolm Fraser has made a radical call for Australia to break its alliance with the United States and… https://theconversation.com/fraser-says-get-us-forces-out-of-northern-australia-and-close-pine-gap-25980

I find I agree with much of what Malcolm Fraser says these days. Not something I would ever have anticipated after Whitlam dismissal in 1975.

I find I agree with much of what Malcolm Fraser says these days. Not something I would ever have anticipated after Whitlam dismissal in 1975.

Professor Mick Dodson is a member of the Yawuru peoples, the traditional Aboriginal owners of land & waters in the Broome area of the southern Kimberley region of Western Australia. Following his parent's passing, he boarded at Monivae College in Victoria and graduated in law from Monash University in 1974. He was one of the first Aboriginal people to be admitted to the Bar in Australia. Australia's first Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander Social Justice Commissioner with the…

Professor Mick Dodson is a member of the Yawuru peoples, the traditional Aboriginal owners of land & waters in the Broome area of the southern Kimberley region of Western Australia. Following his parent's passing, he boarded at Monivae College in Victoria and graduated in law from Monash University in 1974. He was one of the first Aboriginal people to be admitted to the Bar in Australia. Australia's first Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander Social Justice Commissioner with the…

Australian Prime Ministers edited by Michelle Grattan

Australian Prime Ministers edited by Michelle Grattan

Gough Whitlam: The Rise and Ruin of a Prime Minister by Michael Sexton. $6.50. Publisher: Hampress (August 27, 2012). 34 pages

Gough Whitlam: The Rise and Ruin of a Prime Minister by Michael Sexton. $6.50. Publisher: Hampress (August 27, 2012). 34 pages

Gough Whitlam: A Moment In History Jenny Hocking

Gough Whitlam: A Moment In History Jenny Hocking

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