Art of the Impossible book launch Sydney 27 April

Mark Latham & Ross Cameron introducing Dr Steven Kates “The Art of the Impossible” –  Sydney 27 April

Join Mark Latham and Ross Cameron as they discuss candidly the Trump election win before introducing Dr Steven Kates to speak about his new book “The Art of the Impossible: A Blog History of the Election of Donald J Trump as President“.

“The book is a complete compilation of my blogs on the 2016 American presidential election beginning in July 2015 as the election cycle began and ending with the tallying of the votes which was completed on November 9, 2016. It is a blog history, and may be the very first of its kind.”

Dr Steve Kates was the Chief Economist for the Australian Chamber of Commerce for 24 years and a Commissioner on the Productivity Commission. He is now associate professor of economics in the College of Business at RMIT University in Melbourne.

This LibertyWorks event is proudly co-sponsored by Connor Court and Australian Taxpayers Alliance.

When: Thur 27 April from 6:15 pm
WhereMetropolitan Hotel, Sydney
Early bird tickets can be purchased HERE for $15 inc complimentary drink. (Note: LibertyWorks financial members attend for free but you must reserve tickets)

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12 Responses to Art of the Impossible book launch Sydney 27 April

  1. Antonin D

    Wouldn’t mind being there. But Sydney, no go.
    The book itself is quite attractive. I like the red and white.

  2. Tintarella di Luna

    I have the book and my ticket and will ask Steve to sign it — am really looking forward to seeing Steve again, I hope he brings his lovely wife.

  3. Steve Kates

    Thinking about you, I had tried to get them to give free passage to anyone who already had the book and brought it along for signing but it was too difficult. We will both be there. See you then.

  4. Tintarella di Luna

    Thinking about you, I had tried to get them to give free passage to anyone who already had the book and brought it along for signing but it was too difficult.

    Not a problem, logisitically difficult. Am so looking forward to it. ☺

  5. T

    Latham, I understand, but sorry, Ross “sodomites under the bed” Cameron? Other than epater la bourgeoisie, what does having him there add?

  6. Fulcrum

    The art of the impossible can come in many forms.
    A headline today says the Champs Elysses is dangerous or “unsafe”.

    Surely, the headline should read “Apart from unisex toilets which are safe….”
    I think a simple correction would make put a smile on a few faces.

  7. mareeS

    Can’t be there, we will be away for an Anzac army reunion, but how about details for buying the book (preferably not via Amazon, I have an issue there).

  8. jtfsoon

    Hey Steve
    It’s been ages since I’ve posted here and even longer since we last met.
    Good to see you have risen so high in the literary world. Haven’t heard Latham speak IRL but heard Cameron at the recent Trump event at CIS and he is definitely entertaining, if nothing else.
    Anyway I’ll be going to your book launch, looking forward to it.

  9. Antonin D

    Dash wants to attend the launch. She’ll be in Sydney.
    She was one of the loyal supporters, and her name appears on the back of the red and white book.
    I bought a copy for her.
    But she’s an outsider. So I reckon she’ll feel it’s best to give it a miss.

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