Northern Australia: Patterns and problems of tropical development in an advanced country.
Melbourne: Longman Cheshire, 1982. 335 pp. Corners and spine ends slightly bumped, otherwise book is very nice and clean. "The area studies has the characteristics of a Third World country- a difficult and remote environment rich in mineral resources and a culturally distinct minority population. Its development problems are studied in the dual context of its nearest neighbours, the populous states of South-East Asia, and its position in the southward-oriented Australian economy." Near Fine Paperback 0582714761 (Item ID: 60956)