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by Gillian Appleton


Diamond cuts: An affectionate memoir of Jim McClelland epub

ISBN: 073291051X

ISBN13: 978-0732910518

Author: Gillian Appleton

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Language: English

Publisher: Pan Macmillan (2000)

Pages: 352 pages

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The public Jim McClelland was widely known and recognised  . Here Gillian creates an intimate portrait of her husband, drawing on McClelland's writing in his popular Sydney Morning Herald column, quotes from his colleagues, readers and friends, and her own insights into his life and beliefs. Thro The public Jim McClelland was widely known and recognised. Less well-known was Jim McClelland the private person - husband, father, friend.

Although he was nicknamed "Diamond Jim" by the Australian media, at McClelland's funeral, Gough Whitlam indicated . Gillian Appleton, (2000), Diamond Cuts: An Affectionate Memoir of Jim McClelland Macmillan.

Although he was nicknamed "Diamond Jim" by the Australian media, at McClelland's funeral, Gough Whitlam indicated that McClelland disliked this Americanism. Portraits: Jim McClelland, Quadrant, June 2005 – 49:6. James McClelland, (1988), Stirring the Possum: A Political Autobiography, Penguin, Sydney. James McClelland, (1989), An Angel Bit The Bride Penguin.

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James Robert "Diamond Jim" McClelland (3 June 1915 – 16 January 1999) was an Australian solicitor, jurist, Senator, Minister .

James Robert "Diamond Jim" McClelland (3 June 1915 – 16 January 1999) was an Australian solicitor, jurist, Senator, Minister in the Third Whitlam Ministry, Royal Commissioner looking at British nuclear tests in Australia, and the first chief judge of the Land and Environment Court of NSW. YouTube Encyclopedic.

"Diamond Cuts: An Affectionate Memoir of Jim McClelland" Macmillan ISBN 0-7329-1051-X.

Gillian Appleton, (2000), Diamond Cuts: An Affectionate Memoir of Jim McClelland Macmillan ISBN 0-7329-1051-X. National Library of Medicine, National Center for Biotechnology Information, .

Memoir of politician, writer and judge Jim McLelland (1915-1999), written by his wife. Portrays the private person - the husband, father and friend, drawing on his 'Sydney Morning Herald' column and quotes from his colleagues, readers and friends as well as the author's insights into his life and beliefs. Includes photographs and index

McClelland was elected to represent New South Wales for the ALP in the 1970 Senate election, his term to begin on 1 July 1971.

McClelland was elected to represent New South Wales for the ALP in the 1970 Senate election, his term to begin on 1 July 1971. In March 1971 he was appointed to a casual vacancy for the remainder of the term of the late Senator James Ormonde. He was again elected in the double dissolution election of May 1974. In the Third Whitlam Ministry he was Minister for Manufacturing Industry from 10 February to 6 June 1975.

Jim McClelland was always a snappy dresser and this is the origin of his nickname, 'Diamond Jim’

Jim McClelland was always a snappy dresser and this is the origin of his nickname, 'Diamond Jim’. After his death, his widow Gil Appleton wrote a memoir of their life together called Diamond Cuts: An Affectionate Memoir of Jim McClelland (2000), which also included some of his last writing. Thanks to the generosity of the rights holders, we are able to offer Reflections on Marxism from the television program The Book Show – Jim McClelland as a high quality video download. To play the downloadable video, you need QuickTime ., VLC, or similar.