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Malcolm Fraser at the Baptist Church
By Gabrielle Procter·In Books, reading & writing·Wednesday, 3rd March 2010Malcolm Fraser at the Baptist ChurchThe very last tickets for Malcolm Fraser have now been released. Book here to see Fraser in conversation with co-writer Margaret Simons and George Megalogenis tonight. Malcolm Fraser: The Political Memoirs TopicsBooks, reading & writingGovernmentShare✉Related posts20 Jul 2011NoteLife Imitating Art / Ethics & moralsBy Alex Landragin26 Aug 2011East Gippsland Exhibition Takes Books Beyond Words / Books, reading & writingBy Alex Landragin
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3 March 2010