Triple jaded

Baker, Ken
September 1995
IPA Review;1995, Vol. 48 Issue 2, p27
Reports on how Australia's State and Federal liberals wooed the youth vote. Six-day bus travel; Youth hostels; Conducting of youth forums; Joe Hockey of North Sydney's support for condom vending machines in state high schools; Comments of apprentice bricklayer Joseph Christopher.


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