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Australia’s national identity deserves to be preserved

21 December 2021

3:13 PM

21 December 2021

3:13 PM

Nation-states not only have a distinct way of life, they typically do all they can to preserve it.

Without it, the state’s political and cultural survival would be at risk.

The distinct way of life is what’s represented in the state’s corporate branding. This includes its emblem, the lyrics of its anthem, the design of its flag, its official language, and the central themes that set the stage in its history curriculum.

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