A Colonial Liberalism: The Lost World of Three Victorian Visionaries

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Oxford University Press Australia, 1991 - Australia - 256 pages
This book focuses on the endeavors of a generation of high-minded reformers (Syme, Higinbotham and Pearson) to realize a liberal polity and social order in the Australian colonies. It charts the intersections of the public and private lives of these reformers as they sought to achieve a democracy which would be prosperous and improve their lives. Macintyre looks at the outcomes of their endeavors and how they responded to their disappointments.

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George Higinbotham and the Tasks
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You have no business to be indifferent
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Charles Pearson and the Realization of Citizenship 5
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