Bibliographic update October 2017: All

Australian Journal of Politics & History

Beyond Gallipoli. New Perspectives on Anzac
Romain Fathi, vol. 63 (3): 480-481
Minding Her Own Business: Colonial Business Women in Sydney
Anna Temby, vol. 63 (3): 481-482
China's Future
Jane Golley, vol. 63 (3): 482-483
The Perfect Dictatorship: China in the 21st Century
Jane Golley, vol. 63 (3): 483-484
A Difficult Neighbourhood. Essays on Russia and East-Central Europe Since World War II
Graeme Gill, vol. 63 (3): 484-485
Harmful and Undesirable. Book Censorship in Nazi Germany
Andrew G. Bonnell, vol. 63 (3): 486-487
Transnational Radicalism and the Connected Lives of Tom Mann and Robert Samuel Ross
Frank Bongiorno, vol. 63 (3): 487-488
What is to be done? A Dialogue on Communism, Capitalism and the Future of Democracy
Natalie J. Doyle, vol. 63 (3): 488-489
Gutenberg's Europe: The Book and the Invention of Western Modernity
Martyn Lyons, vol. 63 (3): 489-490
War Stories: The War Memoir in History and Literature
Martin Crotty, vol. 63 (3): 490-491
Vale Colin Hughes
Matt McDonald, vol. 63 (3): 492-492
Issue Information
Croatian Anti-Fascism in the Second World War: An Australian Perspective
Vesna Drapac, ONLINE EARLY
Migrants, Identity and Radical Politics: Meaning and Ramifications of the Visits of Italian Communist Party Officials to Australia
Simone Battiston, ONLINE EARLY
The Challenges of Transitioning from Opposition to Government: Liberal Party Planning for Government 1983 – 1996
Marija Taflaga, ONLINE EARLY
The Rise and Fall of Paid Maternity Leave Policy in the Years of the Keating Government
Lucie Newsome, ONLINE EARLY
Contesting Australian Asylum Policy: Political Alienation, Socratic Citizenship, and Cosmopolitan Critique
Paul Muldoon, ONLINE EARLY
Is Bipartisanship on National Security Beneficial? Australia's Politics of Defence and Security
Issues in Australian Foreign Policy July to December 2016
Danielle Chubb, ONLINE EARLY
Commonwealth of Australia July to December 2016
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