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Issue Details: First known date: 1968... 1968 On Tail-Chasing
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Murdoch believes that greed and social conflict have caused Australia to become like a dog chasing its tail. He argues that in order to overcome this strife, young men and women need to be trained as politicians who will promote ethics and ideals rather than acquisitiveness.

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