Great Frasers of our time
From the Collection of Unions Ballarat 24 Camp Street Ballarat Victoria
- Paper; book.
Front cover: red background; sepia photograph of Malcolm Fraser at a podium marked with the Liberal brand; black and white lettering.
- 20cm; 64 pages
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- Malcolm Fraser was a Liberal Party Prime Minister of Australia from 1975 to 1983. He was appointed as caretaker Prime Minister following the dismissal of the Whitlam government in 1975 and subsequently won the double dissolution election. He was defeated by Bob Hawke in 1983.
After exiting the parliament, Fraser became an advocate for human rights and international aid.
This book is a humourous pictorial record.
- Green, Beckett (Maker)
- Entertainment value. Relevant to the history of the Liberal Party Australia.
- Front cover: Speech bubble, "Amazing scenes in living black and white."; title.
- 18 Jul 2017 at 3:19PM