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Superpowers after ww2: usa and Soviet UnionSuperpowers after ww2: usa and Soviet Union
Flashpoints of the Cold War: Korean War, Vietnam War and the Cuban Missile Crisis
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Representation of women: Questions of accountabilityRepresentation of women: Questions of accountability
This paper explores the strategies available for moving the issue of representation beyond numbers to accountability, drawing on evidence from Australia and a number of other countries
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Phil Griffiths The roots and consequences of Australia’s fear of JapanPhil Griffiths The roots and consequences of Australia’s fear of Japan
Even today, more than half a century after the Second World War, anti-Japanese racism remains a potent factor in Australian politics, and many of Australia’s political leaders, including the current Prime Minister
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Forever Striking TroubleForever Striking Trouble
How pitiful some of the women used to say on the track. A lot of the adventurous types were going to Mount Isa, we'd all jump the train to Cootamundra, Cootamundra had a gaol, you could only do a month there
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James Scullin: depression treasurerJames Scullin: depression treasurer
Treasurer while he journeyed to Europe. On his return he reappointed Theodore as Treasurer, a contributing factor to the downfall of Scullin’s Government
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Class Conflict, Social Democracy, and Regulation in Australia Since 1890 and in a Global Capitalist Context Christopher LloydClass Conflict, Social Democracy, and Regulation in Australia Since 1890 and in a Global Capitalist Context Christopher Lloyd
More particularly, it is argued here that the connections between social democracy, capitalism, welfare states, and welfare societies is a matter of the complex history of systemic regulation of capitalism both in its North Atlantic heartland
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Perceptions of Communism in Australia Reception and Rejection Robert m V dickPerceptions of Communism in Australia Reception and Rejection Robert m V dick
The Communist Party Dissolution Act 1950 was probably the most contentious piece of legislation ever passed by an Australian Parliament. The Government’s actions underscore the power of their perceptions of what Communism meant
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Chapter 30: Cold War Conflicts and Social Transformations, 1945-85Chapter 30: Cold War Conflicts and Social Transformations, 1945-85
At conferences in Teheran in late 1943 and Yalta in early 1945 Stalin, Churchill and Roosevelt agreed to divide Germany along a north-south line, leaving Soviet troops to liberate Eastern Europe
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War and conscriptionWar and conscription
The two great conscription debates in Australia -wwi (1916-17) and Vietnam (1965-72) had little in common except for the division they caused within the community
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The league of nationsThe league of nations
Collective security: An attack by an aggressor nation on another would be viewed as an attack on all member nations
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`Gender Politics, Policy and the Labor Party: An Academic Perspective`Gender Politics, Policy and the Labor Party: An Academic Perspective
Australian women. I’m also well aware of the alp’s and Labor governments’ proud record in this regard. So, as a political scientist who works on gender issues and has also written a lot on Labor governments
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Palestinian Academic Society for the Study of International AffairsPalestinian Academic Society for the Study of International Affairs
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