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"It was past time for a book like this to be published that canvasses the challenges and opportunities for people of the democratic Left posed by the existence of two significant centre-left parties in Australia, neither of which is going away any..." Read more of this review »
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"Well-written but very dense overview of what Melbourne was like prior to European settlement. Particularly fascinating when talking about the plants and animals, but the more geoglogical sections could have benefited from more maps (especially the..." Read more of this review »
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“At the end of the day, we supported globalization because we wanted to be able to buy cheaper computers, cheaper vehicles, cheaper clothes and cheaper furniture. Wal-Mart parking lots were jammed with North American workers buying bargain-basement-priced goods made in China even if in the process they were shopping themselves right out of their own jobs.”
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“Nothing human is finally calculable; even to ourselves we are strange.”
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“In politics, if you're explaining, you're loosing.”
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