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Mungo: The man who laughs by Mungo MacCallum

Mungo: The man who laughs (2001)

by Mungo MacCallum

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The man who laughs has not yet been told the terrible news. Bertolt Brecht.
Politics is the most important invention in human history, because it is the only way of solving disputes without killing people. Robert A. Heinlein.
a politician is an arse upon which everything has sat except a man - e.e.cummings
Whoever you vote for, a politician always gets in. graffito, anon.
To the daughters in my life; Diana, Gillian, Adrienne and especially Gail, who talked me into it.
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I come from a political family.
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Mungo MacCallum was one of the wittiest political journalists to chronicle the brief golden age of Gough Whitlam's period as Prime Minister of Australia. MacCallum became one of the most influential political chroniclers, writing consistently entertaining material on Australian Federal politics.… (more)

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