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The Minimal Monarchy, and Why It Still Makes Sense for Australia. [Plus] How to Win the Constitutional War and Give Both Sides What They Want. [Plus] Battlelines. [Three separate volumes] by  Tony ABBOTT - Paperback - Signed First Edition - 1997 - from Michael Treloar Antiquarian Booksellers (SKU: 66460)

The Minimal Monarchy, and Why It Still Makes Sense for Australia. [Plus] How to Win the Constitutional War and Give Both Sides What They Want. [Plus] Battlelines. [Three separate volumes]

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The Minimal Monarchy, and Why It Still Makes Sense for Australia. [Plus] How to Win the Constitutional War and Give Both Sides What They Want. [Plus] Battlelines. [Three separate volumes]

by ABBOTT, Tony

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Kent Town, Wakefield Press, 1995; Kent Town: Australians for Constitutional Monarchy and Wakefield Press, 1997. First Edition. Paperback. Kent Town, Wakefield Press, 1995; Kent Town, Australians for Constitutional Monarchy and Wakefield Press, 1997; and Carlton, Melbourne University Press, 2009. Three volumes, octavo (of differing heights); colour-pictorial paperbacks (the only bindings issued); trifling signs of use; excellent copies. All three volumes are inscribed and signed by the author (the 28th Prime Minister of Australia, from 18 September 2013 to 15 September 2015) to his editor and friend Christopher Pearson (1951-2013). The fulsome inscriptions are, respectively: 'To Christopher, without whom this could never have happened. Tony Abbott. 30/9/95'; 'To Christopher without whose help this could not have even been begun. Cheers Tony Abbott, 11/11/97'; and 'Christopher, This could not have happened - certainly not have happened so well - without you. To my co-author! Tony Abbott'.

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Bookseller
Michael Treloar Antiquarian Booksellers AU (AU)
Bookseller Inventory #
66460
Title
The Minimal Monarchy, and Why It Still Makes Sense for Australia. [Plus] How to Win the Constitutional War and Give Both Sides What They Want. [Plus] Battlelines. [Three separate volumes]
Author
ABBOTT, Tony
Format/binding
Paperback
Book condition
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Edition
First Edition
Binding
Paperback
Publisher
Australians for Constitutional Monarchy and Wakefield Press
Place of Publication
Kent Town, Wakefield Press, 1995; Kent Town
Date published
1997
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About Michael Treloar Antiquarian Booksellers

The business was established in Adelaide in March 1976 and is a longstanding member of the Australian and New Zealand Association of Antiquarian Booksellers (ANZAAB) and the Australian Antique Dealers Association (AADA). A large out-of-print and antiquarian stock is maintained at our retail outlet in the centre of Adelaide; mail-order catalogues of our specializations are issued and a representative selection of our stock is online.

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