Politics, Protest, Pandemic : The year that changed Australia - Eddy Jokovich

Politics, Protest, Pandemic

The year that changed Australia

By: Eddy Jokovich, David Lewis

Paperback | 21 April 2021

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2020 was one of the most dramatic years in human history, shaped by the coronavirus pandemic that influenced society in so many different ways, combining health, politics, economics, business and education into the one sphere-and that proved to be difficult for many governments around the world to manage.

Politics, Protest, Pandemic: The year that changed Australia is the story of the year in Australian federal politics, told through a collection of extended political essays from the New Politics Australia podcast series.

This is a must-read analysis of one of the most dynamic years ever in Australian political history.

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