Quadrant eBooks helping to promote conservative views
Quadrant magazine has offered a growing list of printed books over the last few years. The magazine has also issued via its website a number of free eBooks on timely issues.
As the degenerate state of society attests, the Left has been very effective at propagating its “reforms” and “progressive” initiatives. So it is great to see Quadrant expanding its range of publications. Here are four eBook offerings from Quadrant Online:
Hasluck versus Coombs
by Geoffrey Partington
(2012 eBook edition)
Geoffrey Partington’s monograph Hasluck versus Coombs was first published in 1996 and is now out of print. The Bennelong Society and Quadrant Online are delighted to make it available in an electronic edition.
For more information and download link, click here.
Who is an Aborigine?
by Paul G. E. Albrecht
Extract from Relhiperra: About Aborigines by Paul G. E. Albrecht. Relhiperra, first published by the Bennelong Society, is available as a free Quadrant ebook here.
The Intelligent Voter’s Guide to Global Warming
by Geoffrey Lehmann, Peter Farrell & Dick Warburton (Quadrant ebook, 2011)
A commonsense Guide to understanding the debates about global warming and the the carbon dioxide tax. The Guide was published as a two part series in Quadrant in March and April, 2011. Because of the great interest by readers, Quadrant has published the Guide in its eBook series of Quadrant Tracts and can be downloaded here.
Waking Up To Dreamtime
edited by Gary Johns, Quadrant eBook, 2012
First published by the Bennelong Society, Waking Up To Dreamtime is republished as a Quadrant eBook with a new (2012) introduction by Gary Johns. More information.
Quadrant Online editor Michael Connor has a number of titles on Kindle at very attractive prices. You can read about them here.
Of particular interest is Michael’s account of his experience following the publication of his The Invention of Terra Nullius. The historian’s contribution to the “history wars” didn’t go down well with the PC set.
Read more about the war on Michael Connor’s book (and about his others) here.