Author: David Furse-Roberts
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Previously unpublished speeches of R G Menzies.

Robert Menzies Forgotten People

Author: Judith Brett
Publisher: Melbourne University
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Taking us deep into both the man and the culture Menzie represented and well beyond the restraints of conventional biography, this work reveals the ambivalence that lay at the heart of the Australian self-image.

Howard The Art Of Persuasion Selected Speeches 1995 2016

Author: John Howard
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" -- Sir Robert Menzies 'If you want to govern a free people successfully for four terms, here's how.' -- John O'Sullivan. John Howard could convey more in a single speech than lesser politicians articulate in a lifetime.

Renovation Nation

Author: Fiona Allon
Publisher: UNSW Press
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Menzies made his own appeal to the values of home, and to those whom he
called the 'forgotten people', in a famous speech of the same name in 1942. A
call to the developing middle classes, the Forgotten People speech defined the
central ...

Australian Politics For Dummies

Author: Nick Economou
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons
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No, this wasn't a speech by Menzieslisting peoplehehad forgotten tomention in
previous speeches. With the coalition between Menzies' United Australia Party
and the Country Party decaying, Menzies resigned as prime minister in 1941.

Australia S War On Terror Discourse

Author: Kathleen Gleeson
Publisher: Routledge
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In addition to this, the 'forgotten people' speech was one of great importance in
the context of this Chapter for two reasons. Firstly, it was a potent act of
interpellation by Menzies. Interpellation refers to the process of constructing
subject ...

Four Classic Quarterly Essays On Australian Politics

Author: Clive Hamilton
Publisher: Black Inc.
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85 “the man who says 'No'”: Menzies' opening speech to the Albury conference to
discuss the formation of the new party, ... 92 Menzies' “Forgotten People” speech
was first published in a pamphlet by Robertson and Mullins of Melbourne ...

Menzies And The Great World Struggle

Author: David Lowe
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38 Paul Hasluck, Sir Robert Menzies, Melbourne University Press, Melbourne,
1980, pp. 3-4. 39 Neustadt and May, Thinking in Time, p. 251. 40 Brett, Robert
Menzies' Forgotten People, pp. 145-46. 41 In Robert Gordon Menzies, Speech is
of ...

So Many Firsts

Author: Margaret FitzHerbert
Publisher: Federation Press
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The 1949 election of the Menzies Government marks the foundation of the post-
war era in Australia. Wartime austerity and ... His 'Forgotten People' speech, first
broadcast in 1942, typifies his anticipation of post-war Australia. As Judith Brett ...

The Power Of Speech

Author: James Curran
Publisher: Melbourne University
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27 Clem Lloyd, 'Prime Ministers and the Media', in Patrick Weller, Menzies to
Keating, p. 109. 28 Williamson, Stanley ... 30 Mills, 'The Making of a Prime
Minister's Speeches', pp. 167-8. 31 Menzies, The Forgotten People, pp. 16-17;
cited ...