Guardian Of Your Rights: Queensland Council for Civil Liberties: A History, 1966-2007
In her foreword to this book, then-Governor of Queensland Quentin Bryce writes, “In some congregations of human energy and will, there is a sense that beneath the frenetic pace and exhilaration of pursuit, something deeper and more permanent is taking place. … The emergence and flourishing of the Queensland Council of Civil Liberties in the mid 1960s had just that epic quality of a shift in power toward a grassroots enlightenment; a momentum that had about it the inevitability and rightness of the great social justice movements.” In his carefully and passionately mapped history of this great organisation, Eddie Clarke makes an invaluable contribution to Australia’s non-mainstream political canon.
Book is in Very Good Plus condition, by which we mean it has very light marks of age and/or wear from light handling, but is still a desirable copy. Very Good Condition.
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