'Reasonable men' : middle class reformism in Australia, 1928-1939
The political and economic instability of the Great Depression period produced many dramatic responses. It also gave rise to new public affairs institutions and the social criticism of middle class moderates who were as disturbed by political conflict and social division as by the evils wreaked by the economic depression. Through such forums as the Australian Institute of Political Science and journals of public affairs and social debate, including the Australian Quarterly, they elaborated...[Show more]
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