Australian atheists: Gough Whitlam, Greg Egan, Germaine Greer, Tim Minchin, Paul McDermott, Percy Grainger, Clive James, Carmen Lawrence

 
9781155763576: Australian atheists: Gough Whitlam, Greg Egan, Germaine Greer, Tim Minchin, Paul McDermott, Percy Grainger, Clive James, Carmen Lawrence
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Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Pages: 84. Chapters: Gough Whitlam, Greg Egan, Germaine Greer, Tim Minchin, Paul McDermott, Percy Grainger, Clive James, Carmen Lawrence, Phillip Adams, Anna Bligh, Mark Oliphant, Andrew Hansen, Bill Hayden, John Doyle, Chris Taylor, Fred Hollows, Greg Combet, John Harsanyi, Peter Cundall, Guy Pearce, Andrew Denton, J. L. Mackie, Lyn Allison, Andrew Bartlett, Damien Broderick, Frederick Vosper, Alan Carpenter, Montague Miller, Joseph Post, Nicola Roxon, Russell Blackford, Dorothy Hewett, David Marr, Richard Carleton, Josh Thomas, Sean Williams, Padraic McGuinness, Chris Bowen, Catherine Deveny, Man Bites God, Kieran Galvin, Fiona Patten, Eva Cox, Ian Robinson, Ian Hunter, Bernard Curry, Jim Jeffries, Cameron Reilly, Graham Oppy, Noel Counihan, Graeme Samuel, Brian Wilshire, Antony Loewenstein, Terry Lane, Edward Woodward, Jill Singer, Sue-Ann Post, Dick Gross. Excerpt: Edward Gough Whitlam, AC, QC (born 11 July 1916), known as Gough Whitlam ( -ləm), served as the 21st Prime Minister of Australia. Whitlam led the Australian Labor Party (ALP) to power at the 1972 election and retained government at the 1974 election, before being dismissed by Governor-General Sir John Kerr at the climax of the 1975 Australian constitutional crisis. Whitlam remains the only Prime Minister to have his commission terminated in that manner. Whitlam entered Parliament in 1952, as an ALP member of the House of Representatives. In 1960 he was elected deputy leader of the ALP and in 1967, after party leader Arthur Calwell retired, he assumed the leadership and became Leader of the Opposition. After narrowly losing the 1969 election, Whitlam led Labor to victory at the 1972 election after 23 years of Liberal-Country Coalition government. In his time in office, Whitlam and his government implemented a large number of new programs and policy changes, including the e...

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