Conversations with KATTER
On politics,life and things that matter
|By||Bob Katter with Elliot Hannay|
|Book Size||25 x 168 x 246 mm (H x W x D)|
|Imprint||New Holland Publishers|
|Subject Classification||Biography: general / Biography: historical, political & military|
Federal politician Bob Katter has a lot to say. The maverick Queensland member for Kennedy – synonymous with his big Akubra hat – is passionate about his country & its people.
This book is an insight into how Bob Katter views Australia; what has shaped the man we think we know; where we’re heading; where we’ve been & how we can better this country for all. We discover the lessons life has taught Bob & how others can implement that wisdom in their own lives.
Robert Carl Katter is an Australian federal politician, a member of the Australian House of Representatives since March 1993 for the Division of Kennedy, and the leader of Katter’s Australian Party. He began his federal parliamentary career as a member of the National Party of Australia but left the party in 2001, holding the seat as an independent for ten years, when he formed his own party, which was registered in September 2011.
Prior to his election to federal politics, Katter was a member of the Legislative Assembly of Queensland, from 1974-92, representing the seat of Flinders for the National Party. Katter was a minister in the Sir Joh Bjelke-Petersen-led National Party government, holding various portfolios between 1983-89.on Sky News Live.