The Hawke Ascendancy: A Definitive Account of Its Origins and Climax 1972-1983

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THE
HAWKE
ASCENDANCY
A definitive account
of its origins and climax 1972–1983

Paul Kelly

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents v
  • Preface to This New Edition vii
  • Preface to First Edition x
  • Prologue xi
  • Part 1- The Men 1
  • 1- The Seeds of Conflict 3
  • 2- Hayden as Saviour 18
  • 3- Born to Rule 34
  • 4- Hayden as Leader 52
  • 5- Boom and Bust 70
  • 6- The Irresistible Force 84
  • 7- The Peacock Crisis 95
  • Part 2- The Battle 113
  • 8- Hayden Surges 115
  • 9- Fraser Defeats Peacock 125
  • 10- Hayden Stumbles 137
  • 11- Hawke Strikes 153
  • 12- Hawke on the Brink 171
  • 13- The Challenge 180
  • 14- Fraser's Election Strategy 198
  • 15- Costigan Thwarts Fraser 216
  • 16- Election Strategy Foiled 228
  • 17- The Curse of Flinders 245
  • 18- Recovery, Reconstruction and Reconciliation 262
  • Part 3- The Climax 271
  • 19- The Button Defection 273
  • 20- Race for Power 284
  • 21- The Climax 310
  • 22- The Flight to Hawke 323
  • Part 4- Epilogue 343
  • 23- The Vanquished 345
  • 24- The Victor 355
  • Endnotes 381
  • Index 388
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