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The Year My Politics Broke

Review: Book

The Year My Politics Broke, Jonathan Green 2013

Jonathan Green hits the nail on the head so many times. This is a reality read and one that could leave you completely devastated given the current levels of political debate and the sparsity of good journalism is very much a worry.

Politics in the country is definitely off the rails. The whole Murdoch and Rudd and Rabbott thing has been damaging to any notion of fairness left in the world we live and work.

It seems that within Australia anyone can say they are being open and transparent, that they have plans for the future, are having a governance review, and that they have inherited questionable budgets.

The reality is that they lie, are bullies, and pursue their own interests at the cost of anyone else.

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