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Bolt : still not sorry / Andrew Bolt
Bib ID 7127114
Format BookBook [text, volume]
Author
Bolt, Andrew, author
 
Description Melbourne, Vic. : Wilkinson Publishing Pty Ltd, [2016] 
©2016 
ix, 370 pages ; 21 cm 
ISBN 9781925265477 (paperback)
Summary

"Andrew Bolt has enjoyed a hugely successful career as Australia's most prominent commentator and writer. It's because he tells it like it is; the way a great deal of many ordinary Australians also see it. Even if that means upsetting the inner-city elites who would rather the issues he wishes to highlight be debated on their terms, if at all. To celebrate his longevity as an influential columnist, Bolt: Still Not Sorry is being released. It's an updated, revised compilation of Andrew Bolt's writing from the turn of the 21st Century. It goes back ten years to when Andrew was blazing a path and telling it like it is on such topics as terrorism, immigration, the republic, indigenous Australia and so many more."--Website.

Andrew Bolt has enjoyed a hugely successful career as Australia's most prominent commentator and writer. It's because he tells it like it is; the way a great deal of many ordinary Australians also see it. Even if that means upsetting the inner-city elites who would rather the issues he wishes to highlight be debated on their terms, if at all. To celebrate his longevity as an influential columnist, Bolt: Still Not Sorry is being released. It's an updated, revised compilation of Andrew Bolt's writing from the turn of the 21st Century. It goes back ten years to when Andrew was blazing a path and telling it like it is on such topics as terrorism, immigration, the republic, indigenous Australia and so many more.

Notes

Contains biographical information.

Subjects Bolt, Andrew.  |  Journalism -- Political aspects -- Australia.  |  Newspapers -- Sections, columns, etc. -- Reviews.  |  History - Political.  |  Media - Journalism.  |  Race relations - Racism.  |  Religions - Islam.  |  Child welfare - Child / parent separation - Stolen generations.  |  Literature and stories - Criticism and analysis.  |  Politics and government - Political parties - The Greens.  |  Media - Print media.  |  Australia -- Politics and government -- 1945-  |  Australia.  |  Australian
Also Titled

Bolt - still not sorry : insights & reflections 1998-2005

Subtitle on cover: Insights & reflections 1998-2005

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