Governing Change: Keating to Howard
Carol Johnson's Governing Change is a monograph covering political trends in Australia over the past decade. This new title in the UQP Australian Studies series complements Howard's Agenda. It investigates the changing style of government and politics in the final years of the twentieth century. Timed to coincide with introduction of GST.
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The Crisis in Australian Political Culture
Labors Consensus in Diversity
Howard Labor and the Revenge of the Mainstream
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