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  • Hell-Bentby Douglas Newton

    Scribe Publications Pty Ltd. 2015; US$ 23.99

    Most histories of Australia?s Great War rush their readers into the trenches. This history is very different. For the first time, it examines events closely, even hour-by-hour, in both Britain and Australia during the last days of peace in July?August 1914. London?s choice for war was a very close-run thing. At the height of the diplomatic crisis leading... more...

  • Menzies at Warby Anne Henderson

    University of New South Wales Press 2014; US$ 19.99

    In the months following his resignation as prime minister of Australia in late August 1941, Robert Menzies swayed between relief at his release from the burdens of office and despair that his life at the top had come to so little. Many followers of Australian political history, including Liberal Party supporters, forget that Menzies had many years... more...

  • The Hawke Ascendancyby Paul Kelly

    Allen & Unwin 2008; US$ 31.81

    Paul Kelly's masterful study of the Hawke government, reissued to mark the 25th anniversary of its ascent to power. more...

  • Life on the Edgeby Judy Horacek; Judy Horacek; Dale Spender

    Spinifex Press 2004; US$ 12.95

    From condoms to neutrons, oil slicks to T-shirts, and revolution to odd socks, this collection of insightful cartoons from a leading Australian cartoonist confronts an array of hilarious situations with signature zany wit. more...

  • Old-Timersby Sandy Thorne

    Allen & Unwin 2011; US$ 18.17

    An earthy, entertaining collection of yarns about twenty larger-than-life outback characters. more...

  • Goodbye Crackernightby Justin Sheedy

    Port Campbell Press 2011; US$ 12.99

    Crackernight! One night a year, the infinite normality of the suburbs is shot with utter magic. 'Goodbye, Crackernight' is the story of one boy's childhood in 1970s Australia. It is a story of fireworks, of fun that cost nothing, of second-hand bikes, UFO-crowded skies, streakers, lime green Valiants, half-sucked Sunny Boys and electric... more...

  • A Radical Lifeby Russel Ward

    Allen & Unwin 2012; US$ 11.81

    The influential and controversial historian of The Australian Legend. more...

  • Battlelinesby Tony Abbott

    Melbourne University Publishing 2013; Not Available

    New introduction on why good policy matters and why books debating big policy ideas matter. Abbott argues the battle of ideas helps ensure political parties come to power knowing who they are, what they stand for, what the impact of the policies might be and how they can best be implemented.Good policy is 1% headline and 99% implementation – a lesson... more...

  • An Eye For Eternityby Mark McKenna

    Melbourne University Press 2012; Not Available

    Manning Clark was a complex, demanding and brilliant man. Mark McKenna’s compelling biography of this giant of Australia’s cultural landscape is informed by his reading of Clark’s extensive private letters, journals and diaries—many that have never been read before. An Eye for Eternity paints a sweeping portrait of the man who gave Australians the... more...