The Australian Journal of Politics and History Volume 64 , Number 2 , 2018 AJPH AUSTRALI A N JOURNA L O F P OL ITICS AND HISTO RY AJ PH AUSTRALIAN JOURNAL OF POLITICS AND HISTORY “All that appears possible now is to mitigate as much as possible the trials of their closing years” : Alfred Deakin’s Attitudes to Aboriginal Affairs FRED CAHIR AND DAN TOUT “And Poland is filed away with Samothrace”: Australian Responses to Poland’s June 1956 Crisis ADRIAN RUDZINSKI AND VICTOR KOROBACZ The Campaign for Japanese-Australian Children to enter Australia, 1957-1968: A History of Post-War Humanitarianism JOY DAMOUSI For Better or for Worse: Fifty Years Since the Removal of the Marriage Bar in the Australian Public Service LINDA COLLEY Parliamentary Experience in Australian Ministerial Careers 1996-2007 MARIA MALEY Leadership or Policy? Explaining the 2015 Queensland Election Result PAUL D. WILLIAMS The Politics of Transition in Fiji: Is it Charting a Democratic Course? PAUL CARNEGIE AND SANDRA TARTE Issues in Australian Foreign Policy CAITLIN BYRNE Political Chronicles July to December 2017 V OL UME 64 N UMBER 2 J UNE 2018 ISSN: 0004-9522 Australian Journal of Politics and History PUBLISHER EDITORIAL STATEMENT The Australian Journal of Politics
Australian Journal of Politics and History – Wiley
Published: Jan 1, 2018
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