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Adobe EPUB eBook 488.9 KB David Marr (Author) David Marr is the multi-award-winning author of Patrick White: A Life, Panic and The High Price of Heaven, and co-author with Marian Wilkinson of Dark Victory.Quarterly Essay 47 Political Animal: The Making of Tony Abbott - Kindle edition by Marr, David. Download it once and read it on your Kindle device, PC, phones or tablets. Use features like bookmarks, note taking and highlighting while reading Quarterly Essay 47 Political Animal: The Making of Tony Abbott.Quarterly Essay eBooks are subject to the terms of a single-user licence, which grants you (or the intended recipient) an individual licence to read the eBook. You are not permitted to share the eBook you have purchased with another individual, or upload it to any website or file-sharing network, or in any other way to distribute it or make it available for distribution.
Judith Brett is emeritus professor of politics at La Trobe University. A former editor of Meanjin and columnist for The Age, she won the National Biography Award in 2018 for The Enigmatic Mr Deakin.She is the author of four Quarterly Essays: Relaxed and Comfortable, Exit Right, Fair Share and The Coal Curse.Her other books include From Secret Ballot to Democracy Sausage, Robert Menzies.
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Rather than relaxed and comfortable, Australians are disenchanted with politics and politicians. In Quarterly Essay 46 Laura Tingle shows that the answer goes to something deep in Australian culture: our great expectations of government. Since the deregulation era of the 1980s, Tingle shows, governments can do less, but we wish they could do more.
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David Marr is the author of Patrick White: A Life, Panic, The High Price of Heaven and Dark Victory (with Marian Wilkinson), as well as five bestselling Quarterly Essays. He has written for the Sydney Morning Herald, the Age, the Saturday Paper, the Guardian and the Monthly, and been editor of the National Times, a reporter for Four Corners and presenter of ABC TV's Media Watch.
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