Paradise Divided: The Changes, the Challenges, the Choices for Australia

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PARADISE
DIVIDED

The changes, the challenges,
the choices for Australia

Paul Kelly

Allen & Unwin

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page *
  • Contents *
  • Introduction vii
  • Part I - Snapshots *
  • Australia in the Global Economy 5
  • Bill Clinton and American Democracy 11
  • The Common Man as Prime Minister 20
  • Tony Blair's Third Way 23
  • The Forgotten Centenary 28
  • Coffee with Gough 33
  • Howard Florey, Our Tallest Poppy 40
  • Australia, Indonesia and East Timor 44
  • What the Republic Needs 50
  • Liberty and Equality 53
  • Part II - The Coalition in Power *
  • Peter Costello, a Politician in Waiting 61
  • In Search of the Real John Howard 72
  • A Profile of Tim Fischer 83
  • Paul Hasluck on an Earlier Liberal Age 94
  • Time to Reconsider the Many Faces of Menzies 101
  • Part III - The Mood of the 1990s *
  • The Culture of the 1990s 109
  • The Myth of Australia as a Torn Nation 118
  • Values and the Constitution 122
  • Tariffs, a False Move 126
  • Can Democracy Survive? 130
  • Australia and Kyoto 136
  • Reconciliation, So Close Yet So Far 140
  • Hanson, a Symptom of a Deeper Problem 142
  • Howard's Mandate 154
  • Labor and the New Agendas 157
  • Paul Keating 160
  • Part IV - The International Scene *
  • The American Miracle 171
  • The East Timor Legacy 176
  • Tony Blair 184
  • The Indonesian Tragedy 193
  • An Uncertain Future 208
  • Fools on the Hill 211
  • Part V - The Constitution, the Republic and the Dismissal *
  • Towards the Republic 217
  • An Interview with Prince Charles 223
  • The Dismissal Twenty Years on 227
  • The 1998 Constitutional Convention 244
  • Result of the Vote 252
  • Part VI - Immigration and Multiculturalism *
  • The Disguised Death of White Australia 259
  • Immigration in Retreat 263
  • Multiculturalism, Can the Slogan Endure? 268
  • Part VII - The Year 2000 *
  • National Disgrace 275
  • Index 281
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