Contents: NUMBER 89

Thematic Section
The ‘Extreme Right’ in Twentieth Century Australia edited by Andrew Moore

Andrew Moore
Writing About the Extreme Right in Australia1
Andrew Moore
The New Guard and the Labour Movement, 1931–3555
Peter Henderson
Frank Browne and the Neo-Nazis73

Books for Children and Young Adults

Notice Board271
Notes on Contributors273
Call for Papers
Working to Live, Histories of the 8 Hour Day & Working Life Melbourne, June 2006276
Co-operation and the Politics of Consumption Sydney, March 2006277
ASSLH Directory279
Information for Contributors and Subscribers280
Editorial Policy(revised February 2004)inside back cover
Cover illustration
Captain De Groot of the New Guard opens the Sydney Harbour Bridge, 19 March 1932,
in the name of the ‘decent and respectable people of New South Wales’.
From private collection, the late Richard Raxworthy.

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