Michael J. (Mick) Young
9 October 1936|
8 April 1996 (aged 59)|
|Monuments||Listed, Workers' Memorial|
|Occupation||Shearer, unionist, politician|
|Australian Labor Party|
Michael Jerome (Mick) Young (9 October 1936 – 8 April 1996) was an Australian politician. He rose through the Australian Labor Party (ALP) to become its National Secretary, before serving as a Labor member of the House of Representatives from the 1974 election to 1988. He was a senior minister in the Hawke government, and was a prominent political figure during the 1970s and 1980s.
Contemporary press clippings:
- Mr Mick Young to be adviser TROVE: The Canberra Times, 9 November 1973, p. 11.