A thought provoking collection by journalist David Leser that delves into the key social issues of the 90s. 'He is a meticulous, forensic journalist who reads everything and talks to everyone - friends, enemies, the hairdresser, the dog.'..Suzy Baldwin, Sydney Morning Herald..'A listener who loathes small talk. A man with huge empathy for many things in the world. And a craftsman with that innate and potentially problematic double-edged sword - other people open up to David Leser, the person, and sometimes overlook that in his professional capacity,..he is David Leser, the journalist.'..Matt Condon, Sun Herald ..Somebody Save Me is a collection of articles that tackle the big ethical issues of the last decade. From the politics of heroin to exploring the moral conundrums that occur when a small child kills another child. From business ethics to Tibet, Bali, the Middle East and the politics of immigration. From the battle between Murdoch and South Sydney, to the saga of men downsized and in crisis. There are few topics that Leser doesn't write about directly, personally and passionately. And while they were written at different times, a recurring theme emerges about the need for compassion in a global world...This collection proves again that David Leser is one of the best journalists working in Australia today.
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