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This is the latest in a string of books penned by ex-pollie Peter Breen. Described by the Byron Bay-based lawyer as a “cheerful romp through the Australian political system”, it makes the case that a minor party renaissance almost saved our democracy. It begins with a sobering quote from Robert Menzies’ essay The Forgotten People, lamenting that even back in the 1940s Australian democracy was very sick. 

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