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Sold Down the River (Scott Hamilton & Stuart Kells, Text)

Once upon a time, Australian farmers traded thousands of megalitres of water for something as simple as a slab of beer. Then the economic mood changed. The 1980s brought political leaders such as Margaret Thatcher and Ronald Reagan, spruiking the invisible hand of the free market. By the early 2000s, Australian...

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Category: Reviews