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The Stalking of Julia Gillard: How the media and Team Rudd brought down the prime minister by [Walsh, Kerry-Anne]
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‘...a forensic, excitable, searing and sarcastic summary of an astonishing time in Australian politics ... Walsh focuses on the role of the media in bringing down the nation’s first female Prime Minister in a scathing look at how Canberra relationships and anonymous sources operate. ... an important – and timely – chronicle of extraordinary events. - Adelaide Advertiser

‘We have never seen a text like this in Australian politics: a press gallery insider, a veteran of 25 years of reporting in Canberra, chronicling the disintegration of the professional ethics of her colleagues.’ – Mark Latham, Australian Financial Review

‘This is the sort of book political junkies love: blow-by-blow accounts offering real insight into watershed events. Kerry-Anne Walsh’s book is so fresh it covers events occurring just weeks ago. It’s colourfully written with a novelist’s eye and punctuated with profanities.Verdict: a powerful glimpse of powerful people.’ – Courier-Mail

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  • Format: Kindle Edition
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  • Print Length: 320 pages
  • Publisher: Allen & Unwin (1 Aug. 2013)
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  • Language: English
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As an Australian living in London at the time of all of this, I found it fascinating to go back and read this. I could not understand why Julia's initiatives were not getting reported and the continued success of a buoyant economy when the rest of the world was suffering was not being celebrated. In this book, I got my answers. I do think at times Kerry was a little one sided and the mistakes Julia did make could have been discussed. But from where I sat, the relentless attack on the person that kept a minority government together and functioning so well was now better explained. There is a feminist angle to this and there should be as the media should be held to account for the appalling reporting - they spoke about Julia Gillard in a way they have never spoken about another PM. Highly recommend this book.
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