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Remarkable Times: Australian Politics 2010-13: What Really Happened

Laurie Oakes

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Prose: non-fiction, Reportage & collected journalism, Politics & government, Press & journalism

Authoritative and insightful commentary and analysis of Australian politics over the past four years.

A record of the most turbulent political times told by Australia's most trusted political commentator.

From June 2010 to the September 2013 federal election, Australia went through its most remarkable, tumultuous, toxic and confrontational political era in modern history. They say history is written by the victors and this collection reminds us of what it takes to become one. From the very first days of the Gillard government to the carbon tax issue; and from the return of the ever-present Kevin Rudd to the machinations of the 2013 election campaign and its results, Remarkable Times is both a record of, and a guide to, a unique time in Australian politics. See what makes Tony Abbott tick, read about life inside the Rudd bunker and understand the realities of Labor s crippling loss of competence, purpose and direction they are all detailed here.

Laurie Oakes is respected across the political spectrum as the most trusted and independent commentator in the country. This collection of his columns, all written with his unbeatable combination of perspective and access, gives an unbiased and authoritative account of the turbulent times since June 2010, and looks at what the results of the 2013 federal election mean for the victor and the vanquished.

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Laurie Oakes

Laurie Oakes is one of the most influential political journalists in Australia. For many years he has been the national political editor for the Nine Network, reporting and presenting daily stories and also doing the feature interview for the Sunday programme when it was on air. From 1987 to 2007 he wrote a weekly column for The Bulletin magazine and since that closed has been writing a column that is syndicated across News Ltd newspapers.

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