Veteran political journalist Peter Kennedy has spent more than
forty years observing politics in Western Australia across an
extraordinary period of change in the state's history, from 1970 to
2013. His insider's account reveals first-hand the issues linked
with changes to the social fabric of Australia; the jailing of two
Premiers and a deputy Premier; the ruthless removal of a Premier
mid-term; the election of the nation's first female Premier, and
the sensational 'WA Inc' Royal Commission. Kennedy interviewed
widely to make this account of how the boom-bust West was led into
its status as an economic powerhouse of the twenty first century.
University of Western Australia Press
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