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Griffith Review 36: What is Australia For?

Griffith Review 36: What is Australia For?

by Julianne Schultz
Paperback
Publication Date: 26/04/2012
  $27.95
It is time to revive the debate about national identity. The cliches of old have long exceeded theiruse-by date.
This is a trying time of global transition and uncertainty, for societies and for individuals. Yet it isalso a time when Australia has remarkable advantages-advantages it must build on if the nationis to prosper.
Instead of seizing the moment, and forging an exciting new future, public discussion is mired inthe past. Politics is no longer the art of the possible. Whingeing has replaced can-do.
What is Australia For? will sketch out visionary ideas for the future, uncover neglected storiesfrom the past, and provide an exciting forum for new voices to make their case.
Contributors include Dennis Altman, Nick Bryant, Peter Mares, Tony Birch, Natasha Cica, DonWatson, Raymond Evans, Cameron Muir, Brendan Gleeson, Anna Haebich and Jorge Sotirios
ISBN:
9781921922534
9781921922534
Category:
Anthologies (non-poetry)
Format:
Paperback
Publication Date:
26-04-2012
Publisher:
Text Publishing
Country of origin:
Australia
Edition:
36th Edition
Pages:
264
Dimensions (mm):
234x155x19mm
Weight:
0.37kg
Julianne Schultz

Julianne Schultz AM FAHA is the founding editor of Griffith Review, the award-winning literary and public affairs quarterly journal.

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