Threading the Needle
by John Hepher
He was a political refugee of the nineteenth century. A tailor, a unionist, a socialist, a businessman, a family man, a politician, a boat person. An interesting mixture of roles all played by one man.
The Hon. John Hepher, MLC.
This is his story, it is a montage of truth and fiction, set against the background of the Industrial Revolution in England and subsequently the Federation of Australia, and the political and industrial atmosphere of the early twentieth century in Sydney, Australia.
336 pages softcover.