Consent of the People Human Dignity through Freedom and Equalityby Kemp, David
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Consent of the People: Human Dignity through Freedom and Equality 1966– 2022 explores how Australia’ s founding Enlightenment ideals were shaped into a unique national liberalism, embodied in liberal democratic institutions, political parties and shared values. Despite intense partisan loyalties, conservative and radical resistance, and a politics of unequal power and influence, inequality was addressed and personal freedom strengthened.
David Kemp's career spans academia and politics. From 1990 to 2004 he was a member of the federal parliament, and from 1996 was a minister in the Howard government, holding portfolios including Employment, Education, Youth Affairs, Training, and Environment. He was vice-president of the Executive Council and Minister Assisting the Prime Minister for the Public Service.
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