Includes essays on topics such as federation and nationalism, the middle class in the 1950s, the first Vietnamese refugees, as well as all the essays on Robert Menzies that Martin wrote while writing Menzies' biography.The Founding of New Societies is a remarkable essay in comparative history: a series of parallel studies of European ... In its general bearings, this theory is an extension of ideas which Hartz applied to one national history in his Liberal Tradition in America. That earlier work also offers a glimpse of the genesis of the a#39; fragmenta#39; conceptathe pivot of the argument of New ... The issue of comparative inquiry comes up early in The Liberal Tradition, at a point where Hartz feels it essential toanbsp;...
|Title||:||The 'Whig' View of Australian History and Other Essays|
|Author||:||Allan William Martin|
|Publisher||:||Academic Monographs - 2007|