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Reviewed in Australia on 21 February 2016
I thoroughly enjoyed to gain an understanding of all of our prime ministers. The one thing that came out for the whole the book is just our they very much like us all with strengths and weaknesses in various aspects of their life. Is no doubt much has changed since our early prime ministers such as Barton were given the Honoured role to lead the nation of Australia.Power of communication in all its forms these days, has changed the way in which prime ministers and those aspiring to be promises relate to the people. Communication gives us an up-to-date of what's going on but is also removes Political leaders more away from the people in a personal manner. They just don't send to get space to do some common sense thinking and spin is a real problem. I thought Mungo did a reasonably good job being balanced, perhaps somewhere thet challenge for all writers to indicate what their political leanings are, so one can take that into account when they are reading a book on making judgements for themselves
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