Anglo-Australian Attitudes

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Exactly a hundred years after the six Australian colonies voted to become a Federation, the country is struggling with the idea of a republic and a new Constitution, and at last coming to terms with its tangled British legacy. Michael Davie, an English journalist, has been shuttling between the two countries for most of his working life, constantly surprised at the way the British have dared to patronise Australians, and unsurprised by the secret resentment thereby stirred up (and often concealed) in Australia. He has now ...

Anglo-Australian Attitudes 2001, Pimlico, London

ISBN-13: 9780712667272

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Anglo-Australian Attitudes 2000, Random House (UK)

ISBN-13: 9780436203534

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