Bibliographic update October 2017: All

Australian Journal of Politics & History

The Boy Who Would Be Premier: A Political Biography of Jack Duggan. Volume 1
Lyndon Megarrity, vol. 63 (3): 473-474
The House that Jack Built: Jack Mundey, Green Bans Hero
Jon Piccini, vol. 63 (3): 474-475
Tom Hughes QC: A Cab on the Rank
Sarah Burnside, vol. 63 (3): 475-476
Evatt: A Life
Paul Strangio, vol. 63 (3): 476-477
The Second Rush: Mining and the Transformation of Australia
Erik Eklund, vol. 63 (3): 477-478
The Conscription Conflict and the Great War
Geoffrey A. C. Ginn, vol. 63 (3): 478-480
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
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