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GENERAL INDEX TO THE QUARTERLY REVIEW.

A new Index, forming Volume CCXXII., com-
prising the volumes from CCII. to CCXXI., of
the QUARTERLY REVIEW, has been published, and is
obtainable through any bookseller (Price 6/- net).

The QUARTERLY REVIEW is published on or about the 15th of

January, April, July, and October.
Price Thirty-two Shillings per Annum, post free.

Printed by WILLIAM CLOWES AND SONS, Limited,

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AUG 9 1991
LIBRARY

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THE

QUARTERLY REVIEW

No. 468.-JULY, 1921.

Art. 1.-AUSTRALIAN LABOUR AND AUSTRALIAN

IDEALS.

1. The Official Year Book of the Commonwealth of

Australia. McCarron, Bird, 1901-19. 2. In Your Hands, Australians ! By C. E. W. Bean.

Cassell, 1918. 3. Australia : Economic and Political Studies. Edited

by Meredith Atkinson. Macmillan, 1920. 4. Australasia. By A. Wyatt Tilby. Constable, 1912. 5. A Short History of Australia and New Zealand. By

Arthur Jose. (Seventh Edition.) Angus and Robert

son, 1921.

THE life of the Australian Commonwealth since its inauguration on Jan. 1, 1901, falls into three well-marked stages. Its first ten years, or rather less, were devoted to finding its feet. Certain problems whose satisfactory solution was essential to national existence, notably those connected with defence by land and sea, had to be considered, and a decision made by the electors on the methods of solution. Certain other problems (the most important of which related to land settlement and industrial arbitration) were gradually entrusted to the Federal Parliament for discussion, because in the State legislatures—within whose proper sphere they lay-the attitude of irremovable and unrepresentative Upper Houses blocked any legislation that Australians at large would accept. In three Parliaments and under seven Ministries, drawn from all the Federal parties in turn, problems and solutions were thrashed out; nor, considering the novelty and importance of the work, is so

Vol. 236.–No. 468.

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