Offers an interesting view of the hung Parliament after the 2010 election. Windsor pulls no punches as he analyses his actions and those of others in deciding to support the Gillard Government. His observations of fellow Parliamentarians, media and some other notables are particularly interesting. He is particularly passionate in his desire to help people living in rural Australia.
Born and bred in north-western New South Wales, Tony Windsor has held the balance of power in state and federal parliaments for nearly a third of his public life. He has always stood as an Independent, believing it was the only way he could achieve the attention country voters deserved from the major parties. Windsor's Way reveals Tony's courageous political path-as a young branch member he moved a no-confidence motion against the National Party leader. He conducted a rigorous 17-day assessment period of Tony Abbott and Julia Gillard's promises following the indecisive 2010 election and then seized the opportunities of the subsequent hung parliament. By staying true to his values and beliefs in difficult and challenging times, Tony Windsor has become an emblem of integrity and decency in Australian politics.