The Wit of Whitlam James Carleton

ISBN: 9780522868081

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The Wit of Whitlam  by  James Carleton

The Wit of Whitlam by James Carleton
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Self-proclaimed international treasure Gough Whitlam never shied away from a pun, a put-down or a witticism.His wife Margaret was his best appointment, he called Malcolm Fraser Kerrs cur after the Dismissal and when Sir Winton Turnbull calledMoreSelf-proclaimed international treasure Gough Whitlam never shied away from a pun, a put-down or a witticism.His wife Margaret was his best appointment, he called Malcolm Fraser Kerrs cur after the Dismissal and when Sir Winton Turnbull called out in parliament I am a country member, Gough interjected I remember.When it was suggested he was funny, Gough responded: Funny!

Funny? Witty, yes. Epigrammatic perhaps, but not funny. You make me sound like a clown.James Carleton, Radio National presenter and founder of the university club The Dewy-Eyed Whitlamites, presents a keepsake of Goughisms that vindicates the Great Mans self-assessment, I never said I was immortal, merely eternal.



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