Canberra 1954-1980 traces the main themes in Canberra's recent history. Its broad aim is to identify, describe and account for the physical and political changes which in little more than a quarter of a century turned a makeshift village of expedients into a recognisable national capital. The thesis begins with a picture of the township in 1954, the year in which the vitally important Senate Select Committee on the Development of Canberra was established and the crucial decision taken to make...[Show more]
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