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Dawkins: the revolution that almost wasn’t

Regrets, he’s had a few. Perhaps the biggest was the failure of his landmark reforms to produce the institutional diversity that the Bradley review is now pursuing, the former federal education minister and treasurer, John Dawkins, revealed during a rare return to the limelight at the University of Canberra last week.

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