Graham Freudenberg

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Norman Graham Freudenberg AM (born 1934) is an Australian author and political speechwriter who worked in the Australian Labor Party for over forty years, beginning when he was appointed Arthur Calwell's press secretary in June 1961. He was educated at the Anglican Church Grammar School.[1]

He has written over a thousand speeches for several leaders of the Australian Labor Party at both the New South Wales state and federal level. These have included Arthur Calwell, Gough Whitlam, Bob Hawke, Neville Wran, Barrie Unsworth, Bob Carr and Simon Crean.

In 1990 he was appointed a Member of the Order of Australia (AM).[2]

In June 2005 he was inducted as a life member of the NSW ALP.

Books by Freudenberg[edit]


  1. ^ Mason, James (2011). Churchie: The Centenary Register. Brisbane, Australia: The Anglican Church Grammar School. ISBN 978-0-646-55807-3. 
  2. ^ It's an Honour

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