Australian liberalism and corporatism

  title={Australian liberalism and corporatism},
  author={Allan Patience and Mark Finanne and Terry Wood and Frank Cain and Andrew W. Martin and Ciaran O'faircheallaigh and Peter A. Williams and Jenny Hutchison and Braham Dabscheck and Brian Head and G. Leigh Skene and Stephen Garton and E. D. Daw and Roderic Pitty and Peter Aimer and Bruce Mcfarlane and Angus Macintyre and David J. Goldsworthy and Tony Smith and Ian McAllister and Dennis Woodward and David Y. Mayer and J. M. Barbalet and John Uhr and Geoff Stokes and David Boucher and Conal Condren and Chilla Bulbeck and Marian Sawer},
George Brandis, Tom Harley and Don Markwell (eds), Liberals face the Future: Essays on Australian Liberalism, Melbourne, Oxford University Press, 1984, pp. 386, $14.99 (paper) and Katharine West, The Revolution in Australian Politics, Melbourne, Penguin Books, 1984, pp. 116, $4.95 (paper). John Rickard, H.B. Higgins: the rebel as judge. Sydney, Allen & Unwin, 1984, pp.350. $29.95 (cloth). Stuart Macintyre, Militant: the life and times of Paddy Troy, Sydney, Allen & Unwin, 1984, pp.225. $19.95… CONTINUE READING