Anne Henderson has produced a series of important books on the Menzies era. Her latest volume adds to this considerable body of work.
The book contains ten chapters, with a foreword by the Australian’s editor-at-large, Paul Kelly. It sets out how these two men, Sir Robert Menzies and Herbert Vere (Doc) Evatt, born in the same year (1894), were destined to cross swords politically.
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