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" the real life of the nation [that] is to be found in the homes of people who are nameless and unadvertised, and who ... see in their children their greatest contribution to the immortality of the race'. "
Sovereign Subjects: Indigenous sovereignty matters - Page 94
by Aileen Moreton-Robinson - 2007 - 256 pages
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Memories and Dreams: Reflections on Twentieth-century Australia ..., Volume 2

Richard White, Penny A. Russell - Australia - 1997 - 283 pages
...luxury hotels and the petty gossip of the socalled fashionable suburbs, or in the officialdom of the organised masses. It is to be found in the homes of people who are nameless anil unadvertised, and who. whatever their individual conviction or dogma, see in their children their...
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A History of European Housing in Australia

Patrick Troy - Business & Economics - 2000 - 325 pages
...asserted that the nation's homes were 'the foundation of sanity and sobriety' and that its 'real life' was to be found in 'the homes of people who are nameless and unadvertised'. He went on to say: The material home represents the concrete expression of the habits of frugality...
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Australian Liberals and the Moral Middle Class: From Alfred Deakin to John ...

Judith Brett - Political Science - 2003
...his claim in the most frequently quoted section of the speech 'that the real life S of the nation ... is to be found in the homes of people who are nameless and unadvertised, and who, whatever their religious conviction or dogma, see in their children their greatest contribution to the immortality...
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Liberal Women: Federation to 1949

Margaret FitzHerbert - Australia - 2004 - 305 pages
...female listeners. 2 Brett cites as an example of this Menzies' phrase, "The real life of the nation is to be found in the homes of people who are nameless and unadvertised, and who ... see in their children their greatest contribution to the immortality of the race".3 "The home"...
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Four Classic Quarterly Essays on Australian Politics

Clive Hamilton, Judith Brett, Amanda Lohrey, Raimond Gaita - Australia - 2007 - 326 pages
...the real life of the nation is to be found in great luxury hotels and the petty gossip of so-called fashionable suburbs, or in the officialdom of organised...nameless and unadvertised, and who, whatever their religious conviction or dogma, see in their children their greatest contribution to the human race....
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