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Review: Sense & Nonsense in Australian HistoryUser Review - Rob - Goodreads
Really rereading it. So I know John. He was in the La Trobe history Dept. when I was a student. He was considered to be a good guy. Maybe he did not do the most exciting history but he was generally ... Read full review
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