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    edited by Margaret Clark
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    Dunmore Press (December 12, 1997)
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Margaret Clark (academic). Selected publications. Clark, M (ed), Keith Holyoake: Towards a Political Biography (Wellington: Dunmore Press, 1997).

Margaret Clark (academic). Victoria University of Wellington. Clark, M (ed), Peter Fraser: Master Politician (Wellington: Dunmore Press, 1998. Clark, M (ed), Three Labour Leaders: Nordmeyer, Kirk and Rowling (Wellington: Dunmore Press, 2001). Clark, M (ed), Holyoake's Lieutenants (Wellington: Dunmore Press, 2003). Clark, M (ed), Muldoon Revisited (Wellington: Dunmore Press, 2004).

Sir Keith Holyoake was one of New Zealand's longest serving Prime Ministers, and led the National Party to four election . All these questions are raised in this collection of essays "towards a political biography".

Sir Keith Holyoake was one of New Zealand's longest serving Prime Ministers, and led the National Party to four election victories in 1960, 1963, 1966 and 1969. His remarkable public life spanned nearly half a century as he first entered Parliament in 1932 and retired, as Governor-General, in 1980. For many people Keith Holyoake came to embody the National Party. He was conservative but not illiberal. He was cautious but not inflexible. Readers are given much evidence with which to judge the true stature of the ma. (more).

Selected publications. Margaret Semple was a New Zealand socialist and local politician. She was married to Bob Semple, a Labour Party Cabinet Minister. Clark, M (ed), Lange and the Fourth Labour Government (Wellington: Dunmore Press, 2006).

Dame Margaret Clark DNZM CMG JP is a New Zealand political science academic. She is currently an emeritus professor of politics at Victoria University of Wellington. Kuala Lumpur means "muddy confluence" in Malay.

This biography is an outstanding contribution to New Zealand's political history. Barry Gustafson is a former professor of political studies at the University of Auckland

This biography is an outstanding contribution to New Zealand's political history. New Zealand Journal of History. Barry Gustafson is a former professor of political studies at the University of Auckland. He is the author of His Way: A Biography of Robert Muldoon.

Margaret Thatcher became Britain's Conservative Party leader and in 1979 . She was survived by her two children, daughter Carol and son Sir Mark.

Margaret Thatcher became Britain's Conservative Party leader and in 1979 was elected prime minister, the first woman to hold the position. In 2002, she published the book Statecraft, in which she offered her views on international politics. Around this time, Thatcher suffered a series of small strokes. She then suffered a great personal loss in 2003, when her husband of more than 50 years, Denis, died.

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Sir Keith Jacka Holyoake, farmer and politician who served twice as prime minister (1957, 1960–72) and was the first politician to be appointed governor general of New Zealand (1977–80). A member of Parliament (1932–38, 1943–77), he was also vice-president of the Dominion Council of the Farmers.