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Australian voters are not being told the truth about the proposal for constitutional recognition of indigenous people. The goal of Aboriginal political activists today is to gain ‘sovereignty’ and create a black state, equivalent to the existing states. Its territory, comprising all land defined as native title, will soon amount to more than 60 per cent of the whole Australian continent. Constitutional recognition, if passed, would be its ‘launching pad’. Recognition will not make our nation complete; it will divide us permanently.
In Anzac and Its Enemies, Mervyn Bendle explores the origins of the Anzac Legend and dissects the long campaign against it by leftist politicians, intellectuals, and sections of the media, and argues why their case is seriously flawed.
What does it take to be a successful writer in Australia? Alan Gould draws on …
Hal Colebatch’s new book, Australia’s Secret War, tells the shocking, true, but until now largely suppressed and hidden story of the war waged from 1939 to 1945 by a number of key Australian trade unions against their own society.
In this celebrated book a retired journalist turns himself into one of our great essayists.
Essays by Tony Abbott, James Allan, Chris Berg, Ian Callinan, Sinclair Davidson and more.
The beautifully crafted essays in the book record Peter Coleman's career in journalism and politics and his counsel about what we should do with our lives.
These memoirs offer a series of sparkling vignettes by the man who counts as blessed his twenty-six years as MUP’s Director.
Peter Ryan has long been one of Australia’s favourite writers of essays and newspaper columns. His …
Written over a period of fifteen years, the essays in this collection showcase the adult …