This Country: A Reconciled Republic?
Presents an argument for imagining the republic anew. Mark McKenna writes passionately, explaining why the two great symbolic issues of Australian politics in the 1990s—the republic and reconciliation—are linked intimately to one another. The only way forward is a reconciled republic, a republic founded on the full recognition of Australia’s history.
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