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Bipolar nation : how to win the 2007 election

Author: Peter Hartcher
Publisher: Melbourne : Black Inc., 2007.
Series: Quarterly essay, issue 25.
Edition/Format:   Print book : Essay : English
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This dazzling essay analyses today's "bipolar nation", looks at the legacy of Paul Keating, and discusses how John Howard will set out to craft an election-winning strategy. It explains how the Lucky Country and the Frightened Country will be the two grand themes of the election, and in doing so sets the political agenda for 2007.
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Peter Hartcher
ISBN: 9781863954013 1863954015
OCLC Number: 123943637
Notes: Each issue includes commentary/correspondence on the topic covered in the previous issue.
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Description: 78 pages ; 24 cm.
Contents: Includes: Correspondence "No fixed address" / Eric Rolls --
"The history question" / Kate Grenville, Inga Clendinnen.
Series Title: Quarterly essay, issue 25.
Responsibility: Peter Hartcher.

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This dazzling essay analyses today's "bipolar nation", looks at the legacy of Paul Keating, and discusses how John Howard will set out to craft an election-winning strategy. It explains how the Lucky Country and the Frightened Country will be the two grand themes of the election, and in doing so sets the political agenda for 2007.

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