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The Good Life program is an hour of exciting programming featuring music and interviews with some of todays .
The Good Life program is an hour of exciting programming featuring music and interviews with some of todays Christian leaders. The flagship program for The Christian Television Network, hosted by Bob D'Andrea president and founder of CTN and his wife Jane. ещё. Воспроизвести все.
Max Crawford was one of Australia's pre-eminent historians
Max Crawford was one of Australia's pre-eminent historians. As both a participant in and observer of many decisive episodes of the eraEurope in the midst of the Depression, America and Russia at the height of World War II, post-war reconstruction and the Cold War in AustraliaCrawford was regarded as a radical and outspoken defender of intellectual autonomy. The study of Crawford's life provides insight into one man's experience in the midst of political turmoil and the limits of intellectual autonomy on Australian campuses, as well as the suspicion of liberal intellectuals in Australian public life, the repression of academic radicals and ASIO's attempts to stifle dissident voices.
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