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J. M. Arthur. The Default Country: A Lexical Cartography of Twentieth-Century Australia. UNSW Press. 2003. 216pp.

Kevin Baker. Mutiny, Terrorism, Riots and Murder: A History of Sedition in Australia and New Zealand. Rosenberg. 2006. 254pp.

Marjorie Faith Barnard. A History of Australia. Praeger. 1963. 710pp.

Tony Bennett; David Carter (editors). Culture in Australia: Policies, Publics and Programs. Cambridge University Press. 2001. 364pp.

Geoffrey Blainey. The Tyranny of Distance: How Distance Shaped Australia's History. St. Martin's Press. 1968. 365pp.

Frank G. Clarke. Australia in a Nutshell: A Narrative History. Rosenberg Publishing. 2003. 400pp.

Frank G. Clarke. The History of Australia. Greenwood Publishing Group. 2002. 236pp.

Francis Keble Crowley. A New History of Australia. Heinemann. 1974. 639pp.

Joy Damousi. Living with the Aftermath: Trauma, Nostalgia, and Grief in Post-War Australia. Cambridge University Press. 2001. 240pp.

Catriona Elder. Being Australian: Narratives of National Identity. Allen & Unwin. 2007. 390pp.

Robin Gollan. Revolutionaries and Reformists: Communism and the Australian Labour Movement, 1920-1955. Australian National University Press. 1975. 330pp.

Norman Harper. A Great and Powerful Friend: A Study of Australian American Relations Between 1900-1975. University of Queensland Press. 1986. 416pp.

John Hirst. Australia's Democracy: A Short History. Allen & Unwin. 2002. 360pp.

Leone Huntsman. Sand in Our Souls: The Beach in Australian History. Melbourne University Press. 2001. 251pp.

Paul Kelly. The End of Certainty: Power, Politics and Business in Australia. Allen & Unwin. 1994. 758pp.

Stuart Macintyre. A Concise History of Australia. Cambridge University Press. 1999. 320pp.

K. J. Mason. Experience of Nationhood: Australia and the World Since 1900. McGraw-Hill. 1975. 350pp.

Geoff McDonald; Marcus Lane (editors). Securing the Wet Tropics? A Retrospective on Managing Australia's Tropical Rainforests. Federation Press. 2000. 252pp.

Humphrey McQueen. Temper Democratic: How Exceptional Is Australia?. Wakefield Press. 1998. 261pp.

Gregory Melleuish. The Packaging of Australia: Politics and Culture Wars. UNSW Press. 1997. 143pp.

Geoffrey Partington. The Australian Nation: Its British and Irish Roots. Transaction Publishers. 1997. 347pp.

Trevor Richard Reese. Australia in the Twentieth Century: A Political History. Cheshire. 1964. 239pp.

Bilveer Singh. Defense Relations Between Australia and Indonesia in the Post-Cold War Era. Greenwood Publishing Group. 2002. 195pp.

Anne Summers. Damned Whores and God's Police: The Colonization of Women in Australia. Penguin Books. 1975. 494pp.

Kylie Tennant. Australia: Her Story: Notes on a Nation. St. Martin's Press. 1953. 295pp.

Elaine Thompson. Fair Enough: Egalitarianism in Australia. UNSW Press. 1994. 283pp.

Russel Ward. A Nation for a Continent: The History of Australia, 1901-1975. Heinemann Educational Australia. 1977. 515pp.

Christopher Waters. The Empire Fractures: Anglo-Australian Conflict in the 1940s. Australian Scholarly Publications. 1995. 269pp.

John Wiseman. Global Nation? Australia and the Politics of Globalisation. Cambridge University Press. 1998. 202pp.




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