Two Nations: The causes and effects of the rise of the One Nation Party in Australia edited by Robert Manne

by
October 1998, no. 205

Two Nations: The causes and effects of the rise of the One Nation Party in Australia edited by Robert Manne

Bookman Press, $19.95 pb, 194 pp

Two Nations: The causes and effects of the rise of the One Nation Party in Australia edited by Robert Manne

by
October 1998, no. 205

Even if Pauline Hanson’s One Nation Party were to self-destruct after the next federal election, which I suspect is a real possibility, it has earned itself a position in Australian political history. Hanson herself must be one of our most remarkable political figures, having risen within three years from the obscurity of a Liberal nominee for an unwinnable electorate to a politician with media coverage almost equivalent to that of the major party leaders.

Dennis Altman reviews 'Two Nations: The causes and effects of the rise of the One Nation Party in Australia' edited by Robert Manne

Two Nations: The causes and effects of the rise of the One Nation Party in Australia

edited by Robert Manne

Bookman Press, $19.95 pb, 194 pp

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