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Notes on Contributors
America: Neo-Cons Out, Realists In
Mr Beazley: Still Labor’s Best Chance
In This Issue
The Unmentionable Problem of Australian Citizenship
An Australian citizenship test must not merely require applicants to subscribe to vaguely-defined “Australian values”: it must require them to sign up to a rejection of certain beliefs and practices that are not acceptable in Australia, argues John Stone.
Iran and Deception Modalities: The Reach of Taqiyya, Kitman, Khod’eh and TaarofIntelligence analyst Andrew Campbell continues his extensive and timely analysis of Iran’s practice of deception in regard to its development of nuclear weapons capability.
Patrick J. Buchanan’s The State of Emergency: The Third World Invasion and Conquest of America.
Paul Gottfried reviews Pat Buchanan’s latest book on the problem of unchecked immigration into the U.S., particularly through its Southern border.
Sergio Luzzatto’s The Body of Il Duce: Mussolini’s Corpse and the Fortunes of Italy.
R.J. Stove reviews a book, by a history professor at the University of Turin, which describes the Mussolini cult that mesmerised so many Italians for decades after World War II.
National Observer No. 70 Spring 2006