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Book Description Paperback. Condition: new. Paperback. Christopher Hitchens described Geoffrey Robertson as the greatest living Australian and the satirical magazine Private Eye calls him an Australian who has had a vowel transplant . Just before he was to cross-examine Princess Diana, the London Times complained that he was anti-establishment, republican and Australian - in ascending order of horror. Internationally recognised as one of the world s leading human rights lawyers and as an intellectual inspiration for the global justice movement, he regularly boomerangs back from leading Europe s largest civil liberties practice to the land of his birth and his youth. Just as his Hypotheticals dazzled television audiences, so the speeches and essays collected in this book provoke, disturb and entertain. Here you will find new heroes in our history, such as the schoolteacher who stopped Ned Kelly s planned terrorist atrocity at Glenrowan, and the squadron leader who led the few - the airmen who held the Japanese at bay after the fall of Singapore. There are insights into Australian education, the story of wrongly jailed Aboriginal mother Nancy Young, encounters with Vaclav Havel, Rupert Murdoch, Michael Kir Shipping may be from multiple locations in the US or from the UK, depending on stock availability. Seller Inventory # 9780857981899

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