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John Anderson: Conversations
You can not get good public policy out of a bad public debate.
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4.7 stars from 149 ratings
Interesting, informative and extremely important topics discussed in a sensible and congenial manner. I have learnt so much about the importance of robust debate and knowing our history, and how this can inform us in the challenging time in which we live. Thanks John, for the time and effort...Read full review »
codyb12 via Apple Podcasts · Australia · 08/14/19
Wow!
Thank you, John Anderson, for sharing what appears to be conversations among friends with us. I’ve found this podcast quite recently, and have so enjoyed the wisdom imparted with each one. During the talk with Peter Costello, I had to check the text display as he sounded very like John Howard...Read full review »
Barb2503 via Apple Podcasts · Australia · 06/20/19
Tackles the key issues facing the west: identity politics, the rise of China, self loathing about our own culture, inter-generational debt and more. I listen and then re-listen to each episode.
The.Dr via Apple Podcasts · Australia · 06/05/19
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