The Contrarian’s Companion 2013 #auspol #auslaw

I read the Grattan Institute’s A Summer Reading List for the Prime Minister and thought: ‘Wouldn’t it be great if somebody put together a reading list of historical relics that had been overlooked and under-appreciated?  Wouldn’t it be weird for modern debates to be informed by the views of past intellectual giants?’

And, thus, I present for your enjoyment and edification, The Contrarian’s Companion 2013.  A collection of four pieces ruthlessly taken from Hansard and the public domain to incite conversation and debate.

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