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  • Timely

    Brave to attempt to peel the thick layers of the Australian political onion. And successfully. My only criticism is the obvious one — Gabrielle has concentrated her efforts on the southeast corner —- southern NSW and Victoria. Well, the landmass is spread so widely in all directions. There is much I enjoyed as I read this book, which I read during the circus of climate hysterical Nationals circling the Glasgow Cop, 2021. I loved Gabrielle’s warm indigenous lesson,the understandably knowledgeable and accepting migrant lessons, the scale of class immobility and the opportunities some locate and maximise. All pragmatically human. It is Gabrielle’s sincere sociability, love of her little town and inquiring mind that opens up much that is discussed in her book.

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