Issue 17: Spring 2006

Note from the Editors


It’s not ‘revolutionary’ stupid! Bush Foreign Policy (2001 – 2004) and the International Security Corollary
Lee P Ruddin

Response to Lee Ruddin: Hollywood Censors History
Maria Ryan

Reply to Maria Ryan
Lee P Ruddin


Chinese Whispers: Jimi Hendrix, Fame and “The Star Spangled Banner”
Marios Elles

The Figure Sula Makes: The Narrative Technique of Defragmentation
Éva Gyetvai


A Drum in One Hand, a Camera in the Other: Contemporary Aboriginal Winter Life – A Photographic Essay
Niigonwedom Sinclair (instructor), Charlene Brown, Claudia Couros, Caroline Crompton, Anthony Eashappie, Natalie George, Megan Kennedy, Melissa Lindenback, Faith McNab, Jennifer Mourre, Cheryl Thomas, Jolyne Watson, Kristen Yuzicappi, and Renee Wolfe


Martin Halpern. Unions, Radicals and Democratic Presidents: Seeking Social Change in the Twentieth Century
Emma Louise Kilkelly

Edward P. Kohn. This Kindred People: Canadian-American Relations and the Anglo-Saxon Idea, 1895 – 1903
Justyna Bartkiewicz

Frank Kusch. Battleground Chicago: The Police and the 1968 Democratic National Convention
Chris Gair

Alexander Moens, Lenard J. Cohen, & Allen G. Sens. (eds.) NATO and European Security: Alliance Politics from the End of the Cold War to the Age of Terrorism
Giles Scott-Smith

Cassandra Pybus and Hamish Maxwell-Stewart. American Citizens, British Slaves: Yankee Political Prisoners in an Australian Penal Colony 1839-1850
David Callahan

Martin Thornton. Times of Heroism, Times of Terror: American Presidents and the Cold War
Roger Chapman

Frank E. Vandiver. How America Goes to War
Tomasz Pludowski

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