Tag Archives: Australian history

Book launch reminder: Desperately Seeking the Fair Go

Reminder, launch of Desperately Seeking the Fair Go. For anyone in the ACT region.

We know how to make Australia a better place and it’s not that hard.

Thursday September 20th, 6 pm

RSVP
Paperchain bookstore, or phone 6295 6723

34 Franklin St Manuka ACT

This is an immensely positive book … a potential ignition point for the revolution we must have if our descendants are to survive the twenty first century” – Emeritus Prof Bob Douglas, AO

Once, Australia was a world leader, resilient, bold, socially progressive.

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eBook Release – Desperately Seeking the Fair Go

The best of Oz past, the smartest of Oz present, an enduring Oz future

Most Australians want a more stable and cooperative society, stronger communities and families, more equal distribution of wealth and better care of the environment. However free-market ideologists have badgered and deceived us into selfishness, fear and mediocrity.

We Australians have shown, over our short history, we can be innovative, resilient, bold, generous and welcoming. We have abundant skills and resources. We have clean technologies and techniques. We are creative. We can harness the economy so it delivers a fair go for everyone, without trashing the land and planet.

We can live well and generously in this ancient, fragile land.

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