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Two very different visions for Australia put to federal election candidates

SBS Wednesday, 17 April 2019
The IPA is lobbying politicians and candidates to support selling the ABC, withdrawing from the Paris Climate Agreement and repeal 18C, while the Grattan Institute has laid out a very different agenda.
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