The Best Australian Political Writing 2008
Maxine McKew, Tony Jones
Melbourne Univ. Publishing, 2008 - Political Science - 394 pages
From leadership speculation to the war in Iraq, from the Northern Territory intervention to the release of David Hicks, this is a diverse and compelling collection that includes writing by Australia's leading commentators and opinion makers. Guaranteed to inform, entertain, and provoke, only the best political analysis of events that have shaped the past year are included.
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