A Strong Australia by Tony Abbott

A Strong Australia

By Tony Abbott

  • Release Date: 2012-11-30
  • Genre: Politics & Current Affairs
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During 2012, Tony Abbott, the Federal Leader of the Opposition, delivered a series of landmark speeches that set out the Coalition’s plans and our hopes for Australia. 
A Strong Australia brings together the major speeches delivered by Mr Abbott during 2012.  In its totality, this book details the values, directions and policy commitments of the next Coalition government.   He writes “these slightly edited speeches represent the distilled essence of what I think Australia needs right now”.
A Strong Australia is the foundation of a future Coalition government.  It contains the plans to create a diverse five pillar powerhouse economy through lower taxes, more efficient government and more productive businesses that will deliver more jobs, higher wages and better services for Australian families.
If you want to know what the next Coalition government will be like, you should read this book.  It’s the plan for government that the Coalition has been developing to give everyone the hope, reward and opportunity that Australians deserve.
Tony Abbott is the Federal Leader of the Opposition.  A Strong Australia is Mr Abbott’s fourth book and his first e-book.


  • Bad writing!!

    By AbbyLc
    Ugh...this book is just lies and badly written, but I don't know what more a person would expect from Tony Abbott. Terrible.
  • A Strong Australia

    By Myosman
    Repetitive, not only thematically, but even the same text repeated. A philosophical rant with very little detail. Cliches abound! Uninspiring and boring. I'm gad it was free, because I would really have felt ripped off if I'd paid.
  • mrs

    By Marple s
    not all of us require to live in wealthy households nor were many brought up in them. I am a great believer in what you take out of the earth you give back. Hard work yes does bring rewards, but a great deal of wealth can bring with it greed. The idea of sending our children to universities overseas to china isn't so they can become leaders. Bullying in the workforce ? First you would have to stop the ruthless bullying in parliament and the real conspiracies to bring down a democratic elected government. The Gst tax must be reaping in the money. A recent vet bill saw 300 dollars going straight on Gst. I don't know how we can manage without broadband, but I guess you don't need it to write. Re our borders. A number of liberal Mps are enticing Islamic hatred in our country, so I would have to question the real motive behind not allowing many from coming into our country. Lincoln didn't approve of the way our slaves were treated. I see a very black book, with a very black hidden motive, not all is how appears. A hidden aggression and a desire to run an army.