Making Australia Great: Inside Our Longest Boom

In the 70s Australia's closed economy was smashed by shock after shock. By the 80s we were suffering high unemployment & inflation. Radical reform was needed. Featuring Malcolm Fraser, John Howard, Bob Hawke & Paul Keating.

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