The making of 'Australia's Noblest Son'
Bolton, G. (1998) The making of 'Australia's Noblest Son'. The New Federalist (2). pp. 4-8.
Explanations of Edmund Barton's pre-eminence as leader of the Federation movement have customarily focussed on two factors: his assiduous devotion in building up grass-roots support in New South Wales in the years preceding the referenda of 1898 and 1899, and his performance as leader of the Federal Convention in 1897-98.
|Publication Type:||Journal Article|
|Publisher:||Law School. University of Adelaide|
|Copyright:||1998 The Author|
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