50 years back, 20 years on

Blainey, Geoffrey
September 1993
IPA Review;1993, Vol. 46 Issue 3, p40
Discusses how Australia changed since the war fifty years ago. How Australia loss its economic vigor; Global unemployment facing Australia in the next twenty years; Continuing economic decline of the country; Why Mabo could be the thorniest topic facing Australia after twenty years; Why Australian are much better today than in 1943.


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