My generation, baby

Kerley, William
September 1990
IPA Review;Autumn90, Vol. 43 Issue 3, p48
Reminisces the author's encounter and participation with the political movement in 1960s during his tertiary education at La Trobe University. La Trobe as a good training ground for activists; Public offices held by some of La Trobe former student activists; Factors that influence the author to embrace conservative politics.


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