THE KELLY OUTBREAK 1878 - 1880, The Geographical Dimension of Social Banditry,

By: John McQuilton

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THE KELLY OUTBREAK 1878 - 1880, The Geographical Dimension of Social Banditry, by John McQuilton
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Melbourne University Press, Melbourne - first paperback edn ISBN:0522843328, 1987. softcover, 5¼" x 7¾. Book in VERY GOOD condition. In this book we see the whole Kelly Outbreak against its geographical and social background: rugged isolated country where a divided rural community fought to control the land. Failure to 'unlock the land' through selection had created a class of struggling selectors who felt that the established authority of squatters and police denied them justice. Ned Kelly was a good strategist, a skilful rider, an expert bushman, and if he was a criminal, he was an exceptional one. 26 b&w photos, 13 figures, 3 tables, and index.

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