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The Oxford History of Australia


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`Kingston ends with a personal credo about the nature of historical change in general and the continuities that connect the Australian past with the 1980s. In a nicely proportioned and idiosyncratic account, written in unstuffy, questioning prose, she captures the period with considerable artistry: stronger on description and evocation than explanation but bubbling with ideas.' Social History Society Bulletin `a lively and opinionated account which non-Australian readers will find particularly accessible and intriguing as a guide to the last truly colonial days of British Australia. ... a lively summation of much modern scholarship' Social History Society Bulletin

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