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Queensland’s political history – a literature review

TJ Ryan Foundation Research Associate, Chris Salisbury, has compiled (1.10.19) a comprehensive review of the scholarly literature on Queensland’s political history.

‘Owing to a recent decline in state-focused academic analysis and publication, the body of literature covering Queensland’s political history is not as substantial nor as current as was once the case.

‘… [Existing] accounts attest to Ray Evans’ assertion that Queensland’s history and politics is ‘exciting, complex, surprising, nuanced and more than a little shocking’.’

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