Paul Howes has been branded one of Labor’s faceless men, the union boss accused of helping to remove Kevin Rudd and installing Julia Gillard. Howes’ diary of the 2010 election campaign is now in print as the book Confessions of a Faceless Man. This is an insider’s account of modern campaigning ALP-style. Strategy meets stuff ups in a day-by-day chronicle of a five week federal election campaign and the days of uncertainty that followed it. On Thursday 11 November 2010, Paul Howes addressed The Sydney Institute and gave his reflections on the campaign process and the challenges facing the Labor Party in the wake of the 2010 federal election.
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