Australia Under Construction

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Australia Under Construction

Publisher: ANU E Press
ISBN/ASIN: 1921313773
ISBN-13: 9781921313776
Number of pages: 188

The Australian nation is a work in progress, concluded the authors of this monograph. They reflect on these, and other themes from a variety of perspectives. A stimulating read for anyone interested in the history, prospects and challenges of nation-building in Australia.

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