Former Treasurer Paul Keating was elected Prime Minister in December 1991, and led the Australian Labor Party to an historic fifth term of government in March 1993. As Prime Minister until 1996, he championed a clutch of seminal changes including the reorientation of Australia’s strategic and trade relationships with Asia, laying down a framework for Australia’s shift to a republic and the development of a major legal structure to return lands—for the first time—to Australia’s indigenous people. Paul Keating speaks to Richard Fidler about his new book After Words: The Post-Prime Ministerial Speeches, a unique volume of speeches and occasional pieces written entirely by the former Prime Minister. After Words contains an analytic commentary on Australia’s recent social and economic repositioning, in the minds of many, by its principal architect. Be in the audience as the conversation extends beyond observations and Paul Keating sketches out new vistas and points to new directions. $35 / $30 (BWF members) through Brisbane Powerhouse online or call (07) 3358 8600 (alexdaw)
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