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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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The Arsonist
The Arsonist Chloe Hooper
On the day that became known as Black Saturday, one man deliberately lit two fires near the small town of Churchill, Gippsland, then sat on the roof of his house and watched the flames. The Arsonist, by the acclaimed author of The Tall Man, is the story of that man, the fire he lit, and the people who were killed.
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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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The Pleasures of Leisure
The Pleasures of Leisure Robert Dessaix
'To play is to be master of your time': Robert Dessaix’s guide to work and play in the twenty-first century.
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Up a Hollow Log
Up a Hollow Log R.M. Winn
In this third collection of true tales, animals rather than people take centre stage.
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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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A Country Too Far
A Country Too Far Tom Keneally, Rosie Scott
A tour de force of stunning fiction, memoir, poetry and essays. A Country Too Far is by turns thoughtful, fierce, evocative and lyrical, and always extraordinary powerful.
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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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After the War
After the War Stephen Clarke
This book tells the RSA story, of its service in the community and place in New Zealand society for 100 years, and how it is changing to go on into the future.
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The Quiet Spectacular
The Quiet Spectacular Laurence Fearnley
Funny and moving, Laurence Fearnley's new novel subverts notions of 'man vs wild' while showcasing female experience through encounters with family, friends and the natural world.
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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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Living the Secular Life: New Answers to Old Questions
Living the Secular Life: New Answers to Old Questions Phil Zuckerman
A manifesto for a booming social movement—and a revelatory survey of this overlooked community—Living the Secular Life offers essential and long-awaited information for anyone building a life based on his or her own principles.
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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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