Four Classic Quarterly Essays on Australian PoliticsBook - 2007
A perfect election-year book- four groundbreaking Quarterly Essays on the people and ideas at the centre of Australian politics.In What's Left? , Clive Hamilton challenges the Labor Party to find a new way of talking to affluent Australia. In Relaxed and Comfortable , Judith Brett explores the Liberal Party's core appeal to voters and offers an original account of the Prime Minister. In Groundswell , Amanda Lohrey tells the fascinating story of the Greens and Bob Brown. And in Breach of Trust , Raimond Gaita looks beyond party politics to consider morality, truth and the war on terror.Following up on the successful first QE collection, this is a book that contains some of the finest Australian political writing of recent years.
Publisher: Melbourne : 2007
Branch Call Number: ANF 320.994 FOUR
Characteristics: 326 p. ; 24 cm
Alternative Title: 4 classic quarterly essays on Australian politics