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Premiers past: Joan Kirner

By Andrew Dodd

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The first female premier of Victoria, Kirner found herself at the top of a disintegrating government after the resignation of John Cain in 1990. She sold the State Bank, battled the ALP factions and was hounded by the Murdoch press before ultimately presiding over the massive defeat that marked the arrival of Jeff Kennett

Topics: 1990s, ALP, Australian Labor Party, Australian Labor Party politicians, Australian political figures, Australian political history, Australian politics, Interviews, Kirner, Joan (1938-), Politics, Premiers, Premiers of Victoria, Premiers Past series, State bank, State politics, Victorian state government, Women leaders
Publisher: ABC Radio National
Year: 2011
OAI identifier: oai:vtl.cc.swin.edu.au:swin:24431
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