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Issue Details: First known date: 1991... 1991 Desperate Diversions : The Snowy, the Gulf, and Populism
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  • Epigraph:
    Jessica: It changes so suddenly doesn't it? One minute it's like paradise. The next it's trying to kill you.
    Jim: That's how it can be up here. But if it was easy to get to know, there'd be no challenge. You've got to treat the mountains like a high spirited horse. Never take them for granted.
    Jessica: It's the same with people too.
    (The Man From Snowy River)

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