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Vale Bob Hawke, a Giant of Australian Political and Industrial History, Frank Bongiorno , single work obituary

'If Bob Hawke had never become prime minister, he would still be recalled as a major figure in Australian political and industrial history. As president of the Australian Council of Trade Unions (ACTU), Hawke was as instantly recognisable as any pop star. But it is as prime minister of Australia (1983-1991) that he made his greatest mark.' (Introduction)

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