By Jackie Dickenson,Robert Corcoran
From barbecue-stopper' to 'washminster', from 'chardonnay socialist' to 'xenophobia', A Dictionary of Australian Politics is a complete and full of life advisor to Australian political language. With convenient 'quick seize' definitions, it's supported via in-depth motives of the heritage and utilization of vital phrases.
For someone drawn to politics, this can be an authoritative and wonderful reference. it's uniquely Australian, bringing jointly a number of political phrases and expressions that over the years have entered the vernacular. additionally it is overseas phrases that are necessary to political discussion.
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A Dictionary of Australian Politics by Jackie Dickenson,Robert Corcoran