Entering the Salami and Pumpernickel Range: the Cultural Transformation of Canberra in the Post-War Decades
A significant part of the distinctiveness of Canberra lies in the ways in which it accommodated, as its own laboratory for post-war nation building, the infusion of that other much larger exercise in nation building through mass immigration.
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