Possess the time : the formation and character of Australian intellectual conservatism in the 1950s
This thesis studies intellectual conservatism in Australia in the 1950s and, by placing the emphasis on the cultural and institutional response to social change, examines realignments in social analysis rather than its ideological dimension. Commentaries on six issues are discussed to assess the range and character of conservatism, and its relationship to social change. These issues are: reactions to Asian nationalism; administrative priorities in Papua New Guinea; the economic policies...[Show more]
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