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Would we accept the leadership of an Aboriginal dynasty?
West End, Queensland author Martin Know has released an outstanding book of speculative political fiction titled THE GRASS IS ALWAYS BROWNER.
The scene is set in Meannjin, an almost deserted and flooded city. Most of the population has dispersed to self-sufficient rural communes after a century of wars over coal and famine. They are governed by a tiny national government, headed by an Aboriginal dynasty. Abajoe has a rare genetic mutation for sharing and his vision is to unite the devolved and diversified nation by usurping politics and religion by science. He predicts Australia's relationship with Bhakaria by experimenting with a genetically modified animal, the rossit.
He becomes Prime Minister at age 30. In a referendum, he adds a fourth pillar to the Constitution:
THE GRASS IS ALWAYS BROWNER by Martin Knox ISBN: 978-1-921731-
Martin Knox was born inEngland in 1946. He became a chemical engineer and later a management scientist researching alternative models of government planning. He worked in the UK, Canada, the USA and Australiain nuclear, tar sands, petroleum, coal and coal-to-oil industries. He settled in Australia with his family, and at age 40 became a high school Science and English teacher.
He wrote full-time for several years publishing a course in Senior Multi-strand Science and went on to teach it on-line to distance education students.
Outside writing, he is active in public decision making. on development, population, growth, water and resources issues.
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