By Jackie Dickenson,Robert Corcoran
From barbecue-stopper' to 'washminster', from 'chardonnay socialist' to 'xenophobia', A Dictionary of Australian Politics is a entire and full of life advisor to Australian political language. With convenient 'quick seize' definitions, it truly is supported by way of in-depth causes of the heritage and utilization of significant phrases.
For an individual drawn to politics, this is often an authoritative and enjoyable reference. it's uniquely Australian, bringing jointly various political phrases and expressions that over the years have entered the vernacular. it is also foreign phrases that are necessary to political discussion.
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