Still cringing

Baker, Ken
June 1993
IPA Review;1993, Vol. 46 Issue 2, p33
Deals with `the cultural cringe,' a term which criticize those who held the view that Australian things are inferior to British things. Comments of John Mine on economic and cultural dealings with South-East Asian neighbors.


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