The Way We Live Now: The Controversies of the Nineties
Australia has undergone profound change in the 90s. The way we live and think has been influenced by recession, by the theories of economic rationalism, by the fall of Keating and the rise of Howard, by debates about race, the republic, the Holocaust, censorship and euthanasia. In The Way We Live Now, Robert Manne charts his response to issues which will critically define the kind of country we will inhabit in the twenty-first century.
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