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What's wrong with Australia (Don Woodward Collection)

From the Collection of Unions Ballarat 24 Camp Street Ballarat Victoria

Description
Book; 187 pages.

Dustjacket: yellow background; blue lettering; author's name and title.

Cover: green background; gold lettering; author's name and title.
Size
22 cm
Object Registration
B0690
Keywords
btlc, ballarat trades hall, ballarat trades and labour council, hogan, ej, state premiers - victoria, alp, country party australia, australian labor party, communism, tramways union, waterside workers' federation, autobiography, unions - history, politics and government, history - ballarat
Historical information
The author, EJ Hogan, is a former premier of Victoria. He was born in Wallace (near Ballarat). He was a member of the Australian Labor Party, but subsequently joined the Country Party after being excluded by the Labor Party in 1932.

The book reflects the era in which it was written (1953), providing an analysis of Communism in Australia. The author is anti-Communist.
When Made
1953
Made By
Hogan, EJ (Maker)
Significance
Local interest. Autobiographical interest. Politics. Unions and communism.
Last updated
30 Jan 2019 at 4:40PM