A Letter to Generation Next: Why Labor

Kim Carr
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A Letter to Generation Next: Why Labor

Kim Carr
A call to arms to the next generation and an argument for why they should vote for the ALP in the September election.
Senator Kim Carr is a true believer. He details what the Party stands for in the 21st century. In A Letter to Generation Next: Why Labor he lays out a heartfelt argument about why politics is important in our daily lives and demands our involvement. This is a book from a passionate and pragmatic idealist, which makes the case for activism and proposes that for the current generation of social democrats, the time has come to reinvigorate the Australian Labor Party.
Senator Carr was the third minister to resign after Kevin Rudd declined to challenge Prime Minister Julia Gillard following former Arts Minister Simon Crean's call for a leadership spill in March 2013. At the time he said, "I leave the ministry without rancour and I will continue to work for the Labor mission."
A Letter to Generation Next: Why Labor is part of that commitment.
Senator Kim Carr is a true believer. He details what the Party stands for in the 21st century. In A Letter to Generation Next: Why Labor he lays out a heartfelt argument about why politics is important in our daily lives and demands our involvement. This is a book from a passionate and pragmatic idealist, which makes the case for activism and proposes that for the current generation of social democrats, the time has come to reinvigorate the Australian Labor Party.
Senator Carr was the third minister to resign after Kevin Rudd declined to challenge Prime Minister Julia Gillard following former Arts Minister Simon Crean's call for a leadership spill in March 2013. At the time he said, "I leave the ministry without rancour and I will continue to work for the Labor mission."
A Letter to Generation Next: Why Labor is part of that commitment.

Kim Carr is one of the most respected figures in contemporary politics.”
The Age/Sydney Morning Herald

Kim Carr

Kim Carr

Kim Carr was born in Tumut, New South Wales, in 1955. He was educated at New South Wales and Victorian state schools and at the University of Melbourne, where he completed a B.A. (Hons), M.A. and Dip. Ed. Before entering parliament he worked as a secondary school teacher in Melbourne's northern suburbs, and policy adviser to the Cain and Kirner Victorian Labor Governments.
Kim Carr was elected to the Senate in 1993 and to Labor's…

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