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Engaging and informative, this is the biography of a unique man whose determination and sense of justice has left a lasting legacy for many Australians: Rick Farley. From his boyhood in Queensland to his tragic death in 2006, this account demonstrates how Farley became the head of the Cattlemen’s Union and National Farmers’ Federation, a key figure in the Landcare movement, and a public campaigner for indigenous rights and reconciliation, and how he acquired an insider’s view of many key political and social changes in Australia throughout his 30 years in the public eye. Readers interested in environmental, regional, an indigenous issues in Australia will find Farley’s determination, skill, and passion inspiring.

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