The Conservative Revolution (Paperback)
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Short Description for The Conservative Revolution An unapologetic advocate for mainstream values, Cory Bernardi presents a bold vision for a stronger nation that is founded on conservative principles. He takes the fight to the political left and calls for an overturning of the existing moral relativism that threatens Australia's way of life. Bernardi argues that the best way to tackle this threat is to protect and defend the traditional instituti...
- Published: 25 November 2013
- Format: Paperback 178 pages
- ISBN 13: 9781922168962 ISBN 10: 1922168963
- Sales rank: 12,007
Reviews for The Conservative Revolution
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Christian values in a godless society
Reading this book, made me so proud! In this country, we still have people in high positions such as Mr. Cory Bernardi, one of the Senators of SA who values and tries to show the Christian values in the correct way in a society where the minority groups and non believers try to impose their wrong views regarding families, same sex relationships, abortion and the concept of godless society. For all those who believe in the Bible principles, as Mr. Bernardi does, keep it up! That is the right way in a Christian Society! by Emima Radulescu
Has anyone actually read this book yet? It was just released
The way people go on and **** this book reminds me of the crazies who attacked the Satanic Verses even before reading it. And they know it too. In Australia we have abortion at full term. Thank God someone is fighting this. And baby girls are being aborted the most!! What crazy feminist ideal is that??? by Michael Alan Campos
A load of old crap!
In which parallel universe does this man live? Where is the empirical evidence to support his home-spun theories? It's too preposterous.
This man has some serious problems and they are reflected in his writing.
The book is load of nonsense, and the waste of a good tree! by Roland Rocchiccioliunder review
This book made me weep tears of blood.
And no, not in the fun way.
I won't explain... I can't... It's too painful. by James Kotsias