A Fine Country to Starve in
First published in 1972. Reissue with a new introduction of an account of the Depression years of 1929-1933 in Western Australia and the link with secessionism. With a bibliography, index, and sepia illustrations. The author is professor of history at Edith Cowan University in Perth and general editor of the 'Oxford History of Australia'.
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