Inside the Greens: The Origins and Future of the Party, the People and the Politics
Inside the Greens investigates the personalities, policies and turning points that have formed the party: from the fight to save Lake Pedder to the Stop Adani convoy; from heckling George W Bush to the fateful decision to vote down the carbon tax; from party of protest to the balance of power in minority governments at state and federal level. It also exposes the Greens as they are today: a divided organisation reckoning with structural and strategic challenges. Beset by factional showdowns and suggestions of internal sabotage, can the party hang together? Has it strayed too far from grassroots activism? Can the Greens do politics differently and still succeed?
About the author:
Paddy Manning is the author of several award-winning books, including biographies of Malcolm Turnbull and Nathan Tinkler.
Author: Paddy Manning
Publisher: Black Inc
Dimensions: 234 x 153 mm
Publication date: 19 August 2019
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