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The larrikin lives on — as a conservative politician

By Frank Bongiorno, Professor of History, ANU College of Arts and Social Sciences, Australian National University
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Review: Quarterly Essay 83 Top Blokes: The Larrikin Myth, Class and Power by Lech Blaine (Black Inc)

The top blokes seem to be everywhere. There have been top blokes protesting lockdowns. Labor preselected a top bloke to run for Hunter at the next election. A well-known top bloke from the 1980s, John…

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