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Alan Douglas Joseph Reid (19 December 1914 – 1 September 1987), nicknamed the Red Fox, was an Australian political journalist, who worked in the Federal Parliamentary Press Gallery from 1937 to 1985. He is noted for his role in the Australian Labor Party split of 1955 and his coinage of the term "36 faceless men" to describe the members of the Australian Labor Party's Federal Conference.
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Alan Douglas Joseph Reid (19 December 1914 – 1 September 1987), nicknamed the Red Fox, was an Australian . He is noted for his role in the Australian Labor Party split of 1955 and his coinage of the term "36 faceless men" to describe. Reid opposed the policies of Labor Prime Minister Gough Whitlam, and in a column for The Bulletin, he insisted that the Labor Party was in the thrall of "trendies", led by the government advisor H. C. Coombs. He retired due to illness in 1985 and died from lung and stomach cancer, related to his smoking habit, in 1987, at the age of 72.
Melbourne: Hill of Content. ISBN 978-0-85572-079-7. Fitzgerald, Ross; Holt, Stephen; Oakes, Laurie (2010). Alan ('The Red Fox') Reid: Pressman Par Excellence. University of New South Wales Press. ISBN 978-1-74223-132-7. Book launch: Alan ("The Red Fox") Reid". Retrieved 4 November 2010
Melbourne: Hill of Content. Retrieved 4 November 2010. Lipski, Sam (11 July 2015). Sir Douglas Frank Hewson Packer, KBE, OStJ, was an Australian media proprietor who controlled Australian Consolidated Press and the Nine Network. He was a patriarch of the Packer family.
Alan Douglas Joseph Reid (1914-1987), journalist, was born on 19. .His dissection of the Labor government’s woes in The Whitlam Venture (1976) attracted a defamation suit from the former prime minister.
Alan Douglas Joseph Reid (1914-1987), journalist, was born on 19 December 1914 at Toxteth Park, Liverpool, England, son of New Zealand-born Scotsman William Douglas Reid, steamship officer, and his wife Margaret, née Senar. Reid’s attempt to write about politics for a daily newspaper while being a member of a political party put him in an awkward position. Reid covered politics for Packer and then for his son Kerry until ill health forced him to retire in 1985.