8 Negotiating the Interface: The Complexities of Exercising Road Safety ‘Responsibility and Choice’ on Melbourne’s Fringe
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The Australian Federal Treasurer Joe Hockey is being interviewed on radio and is billowing in his own wind, defending his government’s proposed increase in fuel excise: ‘The poorest people’, he blusters, ‘either don’t have cars or actually don’t drive very far in many cases’ (ABC Radio 2014).
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