America and Australia: Writings and Observations from "Empire" and "Van Diemen's Land"
By: Randall Doyle (author)Paperback
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America and Australia, especially Tasmania, are experiencing tremendous change on many levels. This book examines the developments and trends, and discusses what the 21st century will bring to both countries. America and Australia will appeal greatly to those interested in American foreign policy and reform-minded politics in the U.S., and/or the environmental and political battles in Tasmania. In a world experiencing uncharted and unpredictable globalization, citizens no longer see their situations as being stable, nor isolated from each other. War, economic development, global hegemony, possible environmental destruction, and ever changing demographic trends are ever-present challenges for humanity. Professor Randall Doyle addresses these critical issues and presents an argument on how they are, and will, affect the well being of America and Australia as the new century unfolds.
Randall Doyle is a Visiting Assistant Professor of History at Central Michigan University. Professor Doyle holds a doctorate in U.S. History from the University of Idaho. His primary areas of research and writing are U.S. foreign policy and politics, the Pacific Rim, and Australian environmental politics. He is also the author of A Political Dynasty in North Idaho, 1933-1967 (University Press of America, 2004).
Chapter 1 Dedication Chapter 2 Acknowledgments Chapter 3 Introduction Chapter 4 Part I: America Chapter 5 Part II: Australia Chapter 6 About the Author
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