Light that Time Has Made

Light that Time Has Made

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Collection of essays and reviews written by Paul Hasluck in the years before his death in 1993. Contrasts social attitudes in Australia early in the century with attitudes 60 or more years later. Also presents anecdotes about several of his contemporaries, including Curtin, Evatt, Menzies, Gorton, McMahon and Whitlam. Paul Hasluck was born in the country, son of Salvation Army parents. During his life he was variously: journalist, poet, drama critic, war historian, author, publisher, anthropologist, public servant, diplomat, federal minister and Governor-General. Includes an introduction and postscript by his son, Nicholas Hasluck.Far from saying that, Holt left the whole matter in the air in a way that made it plain that no-one in the room believed McMahon and Holt directed McMahon not to have any further association with Newton and did so in terms that showed heanbsp;...

Title:Light that Time Has Made
Author: Sir Paul Hasluck
Publisher:National Library Australia - 1995

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