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Author Howard, John, 1939- author.

Title Howard : the art of persuasion : selected speeches 1995-2016 / David Furse-Roberts, editor.

Published Redland Bay, Queensland : Connor Court Publishing under the imprint: Jeparit Press, 2018.


Location Call No. Status
 UniM Bail  320.0140994 HOWA    AVAILABLE
Physical description xxiii, 374 pages, 6 unnumbered pages of plates : colour illustrations, colour portraits ; 24 cm
Notes Foreeword by Nick Cater ; preface by John O'Sullivan.
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and index.
Summary "John Howard could convey more in a single speech than lesser politicians articulate in a lifetime. Through tragedy, discord and triumph, he addressed the mood of the nation with uncommon good sense. This selection is a reminder of the values and conviction that made our second longest serving prime minister such a persuasive orator."--Dust cover.
Other author Furse-Roberts, David, editor.
O'Sullivan, John, 1942- writer of preface.
Cater, Nick, writer of foreword.
Subject Howard, John, 1939- -- Oratory.
Howard, John, 1939- Speeches. Selections.
Liberal Party of Australia -- History.
Prime ministers -- Australia -- Oratory.
Speeches, addresses, etc., Australian -- 1990-2001.
Speeches, addresses, etc., Australian -- 2001-
Speeches, addresses, etc., Australian.
Political oratory.
Politicians -- Australia.
Persuasion (Rhetoric)
Prime ministers -- Australia.
Speeches, addresses, etc., Australian -- 2001-2010.
Speeches, addresses, etc., Australian -- 2011-2020.
Speeches, addresses, etc., Australian -- 1991-2000.
Australia -- Politics and government -- 20th century.
Australia -- Politics and government -- 21st century.
Australia -- Politics and government.
ISBN 9781925501872 (hardback)