Insecurity in the New World Order
When we awoke to the new century on January 1, 2000, after fireworks had ricocheted around the globe for a day of midnight – and in the spirit of the age been captured live on television – it was to a world of great promise.
The first issue of Griffith REVIEW is a unique collection of reportage, analysis, memoir, photography, fiction and poetry.
Essays by leading writers and thinkers explore what the new world order may mean for Australia and expose sources of fear and insecurity.
Writers include: John Birmingham, Norman Swan, Frank Moorhouse, Pat Weller, Geraldine Doogue, Chalmers Johnson, Irris Makler, Graeme Dobelle, Allan Gyngell, Michael McKernan, William Tow, Adrian Vickers, Charles Firth, Eva Sallis, Margaret Coffey, mtc cronin and Andrew Belk.
Published Sep, 2003
Paperback (234 x 153mm)