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Australian Books

Presumption of guilt

30 April 2022

9:00 AM

30 April 2022

9:00 AM

Observations of the Pell Proceedings Frank Brennan

Connor Court, pp.160, $29.95

Cardinal Pell, the Media Pile-On and Collective Guilt Gerard Henderson

Connor Court, pp.440, $39.95

The Pell case is a contemporary Australian version of the infamous Dreyfus case in 19th century France and may even spawn a comparable literature. So far there are three substantial books: Keith Windschuttle’s The Persecution of George Pell, which I reviewed here earlier; and now there are two more; Frank Brennan’s and Gerard Henderson’s.

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