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'We took the name 'Liberal' because we were
determined to be a progressive party, willing to make experiments,
Robert Menzies in Afternoon Light, 1967
"Liberals are people prepared to listen with open minds to new
ideas with a philosophy that seeks
Australian Liberalism: The Continuing Vision. This web-site is built with essays originally collected in a booklet edited by Thompson, Brandis & Harley, A Liberal Forum Publication, 1986. Additional material is constantly being added to the site and we would be grateful for your ideas on other significant contributions to Australian liberalism.
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Aichison, R, Looking at the Liberals, Cheshire, Melbourne, 1974.
Ayres, P., Malcolm Fraser A Biography, Heinemann, Richmond, 1987.Brandis, G., Harley, T., & Markwell, D., Liberals Face the Future : Essays on Australian Liberalism, Oxford, Melbourne 1984.
Bunting, J., RG Menzies A Portrait, Allen and Unwin, Sydney, 1988.
Carey, J. & McCrae, T., Peacock MP, Rigby, Adelaide, 1982.
Cramer, J., Pioneers, Politics and People A Political Memoir, Allen and Unwin, Sydney, 1989.
Cumpston, I., Lord Bruce of Melbourne, Longmans Cheshire, Melbourne, 1989.
Downer, A., Six Prime Ministers, Hill of Content, Melbourne, 1982.
Edwards, C., Bruce of Melbourne Man of Two Worlds, Heinemann, London, 1965.
Edwards, J., Life wasn't Meant to be Easy A Political Profile of Malcolm Fraser, Mayhem, Sydney, 1977.
Eggleston, F., Reflections of an Australian Liberal, Cheshire, Melbourne, 1953.
Hazlehurst, C., Menzies Observed, Allen and Unwin, Sydney, 1979.Herman, Anton., Alan Missen: Liberal Pilgrim, The Poplar Press, 1993.
Holt, E., Politics is People The Men of the Menzies Era, Angus and Robertson, Sydney, 1969.
Horstall, J., The Liberal Era A Political and Economic Analysis, Sun Books, Melbourne, 1974.
Howard, F., Kent Hughes A Biography, MacMillan, Melbourne, 1972.
Howson, P., The Howson Diaries The Life of Politics, Viking, Melbourne, 1972.
Jaensch, D & Bullock, J., Liberals in Limbo, Drummond, Melbourne, 1978.
Joske P., Sir Robert Menzies 1894-1978 A New Informal Memoir, Angus and Robertson, Sydney, 1978.
Killen, J., Killen Inside Australian Politics, Methuen Haynes, North Ryde, 1985.
La Nauze, J., Alfred Deakin A Biography, Melbourne University Press, Melbourne, 1965.
Marr, D., Barwick, Allen and Unwin, Sydney, 1980.
Menzies, R., The Forgotten People and Other Studies in Democracy, Angus and Robertson, Sydney 1943.
Menzies, R., Speech is of Time Selected Speeches and Writing, Cassell, London, 1958.
Menzies, R., Central Power in the Australian Commonwealth, Cassell, London, 1967.
Menzies, R., Afternoon Light, Penguin, Ringwood, 1969.
Menzies, R., The Measure of the Years, Cassell, Melbourne, 1970.
Perkins, K., Menzies Last of the Queen's Men, Rigby, Adelaide, 1977.
Puplick, C., & Southey, R., Liberal Thinking, MacMillan, Melbourne, 1980.C J Puplick & R J Southey, Liberal Thinking, MacMillan, 1980.
Reid, A., The Power Struggle, Shakespeare Head, Sydney, 1969.
Reid, A., The Gorton Experiment, Shakespeare Head, Sydney, 1971.
Schneider, R., The Colt From Kooyong, Angus and Robertson, Sydney, 1981.
Simms, M., A Liberal Nation, Hale and Iremonger, Sydney, 1982.
Starr, G., The Liberal Party of Australia A Documentary History, Drummond, Melbourne, 1980.Thomson, Y. and others (ed), Australian Liberalism: The Continuing Vision, Liberal Forum, Melbourne, 1986.
Tiver, P., The Liberal Party Principles and Performance, Jacaranda Press, Brisbane, 1978.
Weller, P., Malcolm Fraser A Study in Ministerial Power, Penguin, Ringwood, 1989.
West, K., Power in the Liberal Party, Cheshire, Melbourne, 1965.
White, D., The Philosophy of the Australian Liberal Party, Hutchinson, Melbourne, 1978.
Updated 23rd of July, 2001