Australian Journal of Politics and History 70 (2024), 1

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Australian Journal of Politics and History 70 (2024), 1

Richmond (Victoria) 2024: Wiley Publishing Asia Pty Ltd
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Australian Journal of Politics and History
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Issue Information

Issue Information
Pages: i-ii

Original Articles

Political Tribalism in Kuwait: The Shift of Badū from the Regime's Political Ally to Political Opposition
Faisal Mukhyat Abu Sulaib
Pages: 1-20

Open Access
A Polanyian Perspective on the Conflict Between Neoliberal Economics and Countrymindedness in Australian Drought and Water Policy
Angus Robertson, Benjamin Habib
Pages: 21-39

Open Access
From Welfarist Support for Vulnerable Groups to a Social Justice Perspective: The Australian Council of Social Service and the Construction of Poverty, 1956–75
Philip Mendes
Pages: 40-60

Open Access
Australian Political Science in the 1960s: Establishing the Discipline of Politics at Flinders University
Doug Munro
Pages: 61-75

Open Access
“No‐Platforming”: Freedom of Speech and the Australian Public Sphere
John William Tate
Pages: 76-96

Open Access
The Debate Over the Constitutional Recognition of Indigenous Australians: National Unity and Memories of the 1967 Referendum
Murray Goot, Tim Rowse
Pages: 97-119

Open Access
The Coup Capital of the Democratic World? Voters and Prime Ministerial Change in Australia
Sarah Cameron, Ian McAllister
Pages: 120-134

The Road to Oligarchic Peace: Comparing the Antebellum United States and Ukraine
Daria Platonova
Pages: 135-154

Book Reviews

The Humanitarians: Child War Refugees and Australian Humanitarianism in a Transnational World, 1919–1975. By Joy Damousi. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2022. pp. xiii + 347. $141.95 (HB)
Jayne Persian
Pages: 155-156

Claiming the City: A Global History of Workers' Fight for Municipal Socialism. By Shelton Stromquist (London & New York: Verso Press, 2023), pp. xii + 867. $US80(hb)
Erik Eklund
Pages: 156-157

Histories of Fascism and Anti‐Fascism in Australia. Edited by Evan Smith, Jayne Persian and Vashti Jane Fox (London and New York: Routledge, 2023), pp. xiii + 266. Pb A$59.99, e‐book A$48.59.
Andrew G. Bonnell
Pages: 158-159

Virtue Capitalists: The Rise and Fall of the Professional Class in the Anglophone World, 1870–2008. By Hannah Forsyth (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2023), pp. xii + 294. $A146.32 (hb).
Judith Brett
Pages: 159-160

East Timor, Rene Girard and Neocolonial Violence: Scapegoating as Australian Policy. By Susan Connelly. London: Bloomsbury, 2022.
Clinton Fernandes
Pages: 160-161

Book Review: The Transnational Voices of Australia's Migrant and Minority Press. By Catherine Dewhirst & Richard Scully (eds.) (Cham: Palgrave Macmillan/Springer Nature, 2020) and Voices of Challenge in Australia's Migrant and Minority Press. By Catherine Dewhirst & Richard Scully (eds.) (Cham: Palgrave Macmillan/Springer Nature, 2021)
Yianni Cartledge
Pages: 161-164

A Liberal Chronicle in Peace and War: Journals and Papers of J. A. Pease, 1st Lord Gainford, 1911–1915. Edited by Cameron Hazlehurst and Christine Woodland (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2023) pp. xxiii+572 $AU423.95 (hb)
Douglas Newton
Pages: 164-165

Ian Germani, Dying for France: Experiencing the Soldier's Death, 1500–2000 (Montréal: McGill‐Queen's University Press, 2023)
Frédéric Barthet
Pages: 165-167

Donald Horne: A Life in the Lucky Country. By Ryan Cropp. La Trobe University Press, 2023. $37.95 (pb).
Nicholas Brown
Pages: 167-168

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