The Reformation of Australia?

Peter D Matthews

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Some famous modern-day renaissance men and women include: • Angelina Jolie – actress, director, Goodwill Ambassador, United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees, Mother • Ben Stein—author of several books on life and finance, quiz-show host, White House speechwriter, columnist, trial lawyer, law school professor, scriptwriter, and novelist • Ted Turner– environmentalist, entrepreneur, philanthropist, media mogul (received Renaissance Man of the Year award from the Fondazione Palazzo Strozzi and its U.

Pages: 102

Publisher: Bassano Publishing (August 1, 2010)

ISBN: B00K9DGUX4

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