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ISBN 10: 0725105607

Paperback; South Melbourne: The Macmillan Co Of Australia P/l, 1988; ISBN-13: 978-0725105600

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Melbourne: Sun, 1988 Book. Near Fine. Stiff Wrappers. Reprint. 8vo - over 7¾ - 9¾" tall.

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  • Edition: the complete story of the events leading up to 11/11/1975
  • Book condition: Near Fine
  • ISBN: 0725105607 / 9780725105600
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Sir John Kerr was Governor-General Australia at the time of Australia's greatest constitutional crisis since Federation. The dramatic autobiography traces the complete story of the events leading up to 11 November, 1975 when Sir John Kerr exercised controversial reserve powers of the Crown to dismiss the Prime Minister, Mr. Gough Whitlam, and his Ministry and commissioned the leader of the Opposition, Mr. Malcolm Fraser, to form a caretaker Government. This action plunged the nation into the furore of debate. First published 1978 by the Macmillan Company of Australia. Near Fine/ Near Fine. Read once condition. Hardcover. Contains 468pp plus black and white photographs. Bound in black board, gilt lettering to spine, dark green endpapers.

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