Discover what it was that prompted luminaries such as Tariq Ali, Noam Chomsky, Daniel Ellsberg, Kenzaburo Oe, Michael Pollan, Albie Sachs, Oliver Stone, Elizabeth Warren and Howard Zinn to become indefatigable voices fighting for social equity.
Can a return to direct democracy reconnect a jaded electorate with an out-of-touch establishment? Would reforming Canberra's toxic culture lead to worthwhile debate and better decision-making? Should today's leaders look back on successful governments to learn how t... read more
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Drawing on around 15 hours of new interviews with Keating, coupled with access to his extensive personal files, this book tells the story of a political warrior's rise to power, from the outer suburbs of Sydney through Young Labor and into parliament at just 25 ... read more
In this engaging and authoritative book, twenty-one historians, biographers and political analysts discuss and profile those who have attained Australia's highest office, and the forces that shaped them. Includes chapters on the ousting of Julia Gillard and the return of Kevin Rudd, the ensuing elect... read more
On 21 August 2018, 35 Liberal MPs cast their vote against Malcolm Turnbull, effectively signalling the end of his leadership. Three days later, the deed was done, and Scott Morrison was anointed prime minister... read more