Imagining the Fifties: Private Sentiment and Political Culture in Menzies' Australia

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UNSW Press, 2000 - History - 264 pages
Our memory of the post-war years are dominated by myths - the boom years of unprecedented prosperity and stability. John Murphy reveals the much more complex reality behind these myths. The book focuses on the sentiments and attitudes of the middle-class constituency that kept the Menzies government in power after 1949.

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