Peter van Onselen (Author) Peter van Onselen is an Australian political academic, author and political journalist and commentator. He is Network Ten's political editor, a regular presenter and co-host on The Project and The Sunday Project with Lisa Wilkinson and contributing editor at The Australian newspaper. Between 2010 and 2017, he hosted daily programs at Sky News Australia. Van Onselen has a weekly segment on Radio National Breakfast and appears regularly on The Drum and Insiders. He has published John Winston Howard: The Biography (with Wayne Errington, 2007) (Melbourne University Press, Howard's End: The Unravelling of a Government (with Philip Senior, 2008) (Melbourne University Press), Liberals and Power: The Road Ahead (Editor, 2008) (Melbourne University Press), Professionals or Part-timers? Major Party Senators in Australia (2015) (Melbourne University Press), Battleground: Why the Liberal Party Shirtfronted Tony Abbott (with Wayne Errington, 2015) (Melbourne University Press)Wayne Errington (Author) Assoc Professor Wayne Errington (Adelaide University) is the author, with Peter van Onselen, of the bestselling John Winston Howard: The Definitive Biography. Wayne has also published feature articles and opinion pieces in all the major national newspapers.
[...] examines the trials and tribulations of Scott Morrison's
unlikely rise to the Liberal leadership and "miracle" electoral
win. -- Jess Malcolm * NATIONAL [PRINT], Weekend Australian
[AUDIENCE: 219,242, ASR: AUD 16,141] *
How Good Is Scott Morrison? is a brightly written account that reveals how the pandemic challenged and changed a government whose members had long ago fallen prey to the banalities and trivialities of pre-pandemic politics. -- Frank Bongiorno * ACT [PRINT], Canberra Times, [AUDIENCE: 14,068, ASR: AUD 10,222] *
Their book is engaging, absorbing and often very funny [...] * ACT [PRINT], Canberra Times, [AUDIENCE: 219,242, ASR: AUD 133,503] *
How Good is Scott Morrison? could usefully form the basis for a full biography. -- Christine Wallace * VIC + NSW [PRINT] Sydney Morning Herald + The Saturday Age, [AUDIENCE: 386,260, ASR: AUD 61,150] *