The Centennary of the Second Fisher Government
||Wednesday, 21 April 2010 - Monday, 22 March 2010
||New International Bookshop - Trades Hall
On 13 April 1910, the ALP won a majority in both Houses of Parliament. The government of Andrew Fisher was the first majority Labor government in the world, and embarked on an unprecedented program of nation-building and reform – including the creation of the Commonwealth Bank. Join historian and recent Fisher biographer David Day for a discussion of Fisher's legacy today.