By Linda Weiss,Elizabeth Thurbon,John Mathews,John Matthews
Seeking to tie its personal political fortunes to its nice and robust pal, the Howard executive has shriveled to move the farm, and lots more and plenty, even more to the US Inc. Pursued with demanding enthusiasm, the government's devious judgements have successfully undercut Australia's safeguard, destiny prosperity, and cultural values.
National Insecurity probes the extreme info of the way Australia's nationwide pursuits were systematically undermined by means of its personal leading Minister, and provides a compelling reason for this development of betrayal.
'A gorgeous publicity of how the Howard executive is promoting out Australia to the USA and why it truly is doing it. it is a needs to learn for each genuine Australian.'
-Phillip Knightley, writer of Australia: A Biography of a Nation
'Much of this e-book is going past my services yet there's a subject matter and the chapters depart an important query for all Australians. What does it suggest to be Australian? i don't think for one minute that the govt. is familiar with or is aware what many Australians think of their minds and hearts approximately this kingdom. we're too as regards to the us. we don't have to be that with regards to continue the alliance and to be a superb buddy. we don't desire to be submerged by means of an all-pervasive, omnipotent usa or by way of worldwide forces from open air the realm. there's a experience of independence, of delight in Australia, shared, i feel, by means of humans from each assorted historical past. This booklet seeks to show what the authors think is the undermining of that Australia, the erosion of self, the erosion of independence and of vainness. varied components of the publication will effect another way on assorted humans however the questions and matters uncovered within the booklet could be studied carefully.'
-Rt Hon Malcolm Fraser
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