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The Infinite Game
The Infinite Game Simon Sinek
Why do some businesses achieve long-lasting success and others don't?
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Stasiland
Stasiland Anna Funder
Anna Funder’s Samuel Johnson Prize-winning Stasiland is an Australian classic, the definitive account of tyranny and resistance in the former East Germany.
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My Story
My Story Julia Gillard
'I was prime minister for three years and three days.Three years and three days of resilience.Three years and three days of changing the nation.Three years and three days for you to judge.'
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What Would Gandhi Do?
What Would Gandhi Do? Michael Kirby
Adapted from Kirby's 2013 University of New South Wales Gandhi Oration, What Would Gandhi Do? shows how remarkably useful Gandhi's insights remain when confronting the world's challenges.
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The Australian Moment
The Australian Moment George Megalogenis
With new material reflecting on the changed state of the nation, this edition of the Walkley Award–winning The Australian Moment by George Megalogenis, one of our most respected journalists, will coincide with the TV series based on the book, Making Australia Great.
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The Portable Malcolm X Reader
The Portable Malcolm X Reader Manning Marable, Garrett Felber
A new look at Malcolm X's life and times from his Pulitzer Prize–winning biographer, Manning Marable.
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Lincoln Speeches: Civic Classics Book 4
Lincoln Speeches: Civic Classics Book 4 Lincoln Abraham, Allen C. Guelzo
Abraham Lincoln endowed all of his rhetoric with vigor and moral energy, no matter the subject: the duty of the citizenry, the coming of freedom, the meaning of governance, the evils of slavery, the value of progress.
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Eliot Ness: The Rise and Fall of an American Hero
Eliot Ness: The Rise and Fall of an American Hero Douglas Perry
In this acclaimed biography, now updated with newly discovered material from police archives, Douglas Perry illuminates the complicated, misunderstood legacy of Eliot Ness, the charismatic leader of the famous Untouchables squad in Chicago. 
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The Case Against the Supreme Court
The Case Against the Supreme Court Erwin Chemerinsky
In this devastating book, Erwin Chemerinsky—'one of the shining lights of legal academia' (The New York Times)—shows how, case by case, for over two centuries, the hallowed Court has been far more likely to uphold government abuses of power than to stop them.
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The Two-State Delusion: Israel and Palestine - A Tale of Two Narratives
The Two-State Delusion: Israel and Palestine - A Tale of Two Narratives Padraig O'Malley
In this revelatory, hard-hitting book, O’Malley approaches the key issues pragmatically, without ideological bias, opening our minds to the vital truth that we must find new frameworks for reconciliation if there is to be lasting peace between Palestine and Israel.
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Ballots, Bullets & Kabulshit: An Afghan Election: Penguin Special
Ballots, Bullets & Kabulshit: An Afghan Election: Penguin Special Toby Ralph
When Toby Ralph joined a UN team assisting preparations for Afghanistan's 2009 presidential election, he didn't quite know what he was getting into. In a country unaccustomed to fair and free processes, the resistance he encountered to the idea democracy ranged from corruption and ineptitude to violence.
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Rudd, Gillard and Beyond: Penguin Special
Rudd, Gillard and Beyond: Penguin Special Troy Bramston
With previously unpublished documents and revealing observations, Rudd, Gillard and Beyond is the first book to provide a post-mortem and a roadmap for vital reform.
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The Adolescent Country: A Lowy Institute Paper: Penguin Special
The Adolescent Country: A Lowy Institute Paper: Penguin Special Peter Hartcher
Drawing on exclusive interviews with prime ministers, foreign ministers and other policy-makers, Gold Walkley award–winning journalist peter Hartcher argues Australia needs to shake off its 'provincial reflex' and become a mature player in global affairs.
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Condemned to Crisis: A Lowy Institute Paper: Penguin Special
Condemned to Crisis: A Lowy Institute Paper: Penguin Special Ken Ward
It is often said that no country is more important to Australia than Indonesia. Yet the execution of Andrew Chan and Myuran Sukumaran is just the latest in a long line of crises that have marred relations between Canberra and Jakarta. 
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The Embarrassed Colonialist: Penguin Special
The Embarrassed Colonialist: Penguin Special Sean Dorney
It is time we shed our embarrassment about our colonial past and embrace our relationship with our nearest neighbour.
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This Town: Two Parties and a Funeral - Plus Plenty of Valet Parking - InAmerica's Gilded Capital
This Town: Two Parties and a Funeral - Plus Plenty of Valet Parking - InAmerica's Gilded Capital Mark Leibovich
Outrageous, fascinating, and very necessary, This Town is a must-read, whether you're inside the Beltway—or just trying to get there.
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The Dismissal
The Dismissal Paul Kelly, Troy Bramston
Drawing on a range of new sources, some of which have never before been made public – including hundreds of pages from Kerr's archives – this remarkable account is dispassionate in its analysis, vivid in its narrative and brutal in its conclusions. It exposes the true motivations, the extent of the deceit and the scale of the collusion.
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A Larger Australia: The ABC 2015 Boyer Lectures
A Larger Australia: The ABC 2015 Boyer Lectures Michael Fullilove
Stirring, timely and important, A Larger Australia tells us it is time for Australians to think big.
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What's Wrong with Diplomacy?: The Future of Diplomacy and the Case of China and the UK: Penguin Specials
What's Wrong with Diplomacy?: The Future of Diplomacy and the Case of China and the UK: Penguin Specials Kerry Brown
What's Wrong With Diplomacy? is a call to arms and a probing indictment of diplomacy's failure to adapt to a changing world.
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Australia's Second Chance
Australia's Second Chance George Megalogenis
How Australia was already made great again, and how we can remain so in the Time of Trump.
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The Ellis Laws
The Ellis Laws Bob Ellis
This is a book to cherish, re-read and pass on to generations less informed of how humans were at the turn of the millennium, and how much they got wrong.
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