Curtin’s Empire by James Curran

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April 2011, no. 330

Curtin’s Empire by James Curran

Reviewed by
April 2011, no. 330

‘A peculiar bloke, Jack; you never knew him. You couldn’t get close to him.’ Reg Pollard, who was one of the abler members of the Labor Caucus in the 1940s, confessed his puzzlement to Lloyd Ross as Curtin’s biographer gathered personal testimony.

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