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Donald Leslie Chipp, AO (21 August 192528 August 2006) was an Australian politician who was the inaugural leader of the Australian Democrats, leading the party from 1977 to 1986. He began his career as a member of the Liberal Party, winning election to the House of Representatives in 1960 and serving as a government minister for a cumulative total of six years. Chipp left the Liberals in 1977 to help create a new party, the Democrats, and famously promised to "keep the bastards honest". He won election to the Senate later that year, and led the party at four federal elections; after 1983 it held the sole balance of power in the Senate.

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North Ryde, N.S.W. : Methuen Haynes, 1987
by Chipp, Don, 1925-2006
Brighton, Vic. : Don Chipp Enterprises, 2004
by Chipp, Don, 1925-2006
Adelaide : Rigby in association with Beckett Green, 1978
by Chipp, Don, 1925-2006
Adelaide : Rigby, in association with Beckett Green Publishing, 1978
Croydon Park, N.S.W. : Committee for Decolonization of Kurdistan, 1986
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