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Unfinished Business: Paul Keating's Interrupted Revolution
Penned by a veteran financial observer, this biography explores the story of Paul Keating’s resolve to reinvent the Australian economy. From floating the Australian dollar and liberating finance from its regulatory shackles to introducing a universal superannuation scheme, this survey charts the astounding growth Keating achieved in the value of the...
Penned by a veteran financial observer, this biography explores the story of Paul Keating’s resolve to reinvent the Australian economy. From floating the Australian dollar and liberating finance from its regulatory shackles to introducing a universal superannuation scheme, this survey charts the astounding growth Keating achieved in the value of the national economy and in the personal wealth of ordinary Australians. This account also depicts how the fulfillment of his vision was denied by his political opponents after the Australian people voted Keating out in 1996. Delving into the economist’s history, this examination reports fascinating and frank conversations with the former prime minister both before and after Keating’s political demise. With great verve and insight, this study chronicles his interrupted revolutiona story that has never been fully told. It also sounds a timely warning that the failure to finish the job Keating started has left Australia’s newfound prosperity vulnerable, particularly in the current climate of international economic uncertainty.
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