Once upon a time, Australia was a united nation. Its people respected Australia Day, Anzac Day and Christmas Day. They died in two world wars so that their heirs and successors could enjoy the freedoms and values they held dear. They had a sense of national identity, disliked pomposity and believed in the ‘fair go’ of equal opportunity and equality under the law.
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