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85135

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Cahill, R. (2013). Review: 'Disobedience: the University as a Site of Political Potential. Recorder: Official organ of the Melbourne Branch of the Australian Society for the Study of Labour History, 278 (December), 7.

Abstract

The radicalism of the 1960s and 1970s, and related student insurgency, is still largely uncharted territory when it comes to Australian history. There is a small body of scholarly research comprinsing theses, book chapter, journal articles, and an equally small number of relevant books. To my knowledge only one book, by Mick Armstrong (2001), attempts to survey and grapple with the entire period, its politics and complexities; in 114 pages, this is a brief but useful contribution.

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