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20071856Hogan, Michael; Government & International Rel1856 in The People's Choice. Electoral Politics in Colonial New South Wales, Federation Press, 2007, pp. 51-62
20071889Hogan, Michael; Government & International Rel1889 in The People's Choice. Electoral Politics in Colonial New South Wales, Federation Press, 2007, pp. 297-322
20071891Hogan, Michael; Turner, Ken; Government & International Rel; Government & International Rel1891 in The People’s Choice. Electoral Politics in Colonial New South Wales, Federation Press, 2007, pp. 323-352
20071894Hogan, Michael; Turner, Ken; Government & International Rel; Government & International Rel1894 in The People’s Choice. Electoral Politics in Colonial New South Wales, Federation Press, 2007, pp. 353-381
20071895Hogan, Michael; Turner, Ken; Government & International Rel; Government & International Rel1895 in The People’s Choice. Electoral Politics in Colonial New South Wales, Federation Press, 2007, pp. 383-397
20071898Hogan, Michael; Turner, Ken; Government & International Rel; Government & International Rel1898 in The People’s Choice. Electoral Politics in Colonial New South Wales, Federation Press, 2007, pp. 399-420
2007Before Responsible GovernmentHogan, Michael; Government & International RelBefore Responsible Government in The People's Choice. Electoral Politics in Colonial New South Wales, Federation Press, 2007, pp. 1-13
2007The Blended Legislative Council ElectionsHogan, Michael; Government & International RelThe Blended Legislative Council Elections in The People's Choice. Electoral Politics in Colonial New South Wales, Federation Press, 2007, pp. 35-49
2006ConclusionHogan, Michael; Turner, Ken; Government & International Rel; Government & International RelConclusion in The Worldly Art of Politics, Federation Press, 2006, pp. 266-269
2006EducationHogan, Michael; Government & International RelEducation in The Wran Era, Federation Press, 2006, pp. 126-133
2013Education PolicyHogan, Michael; Government & International RelEducation Policy in The Whitlam Legacy, Federation Press, 2013, pp. 186-195
2006George (later Sir George) Houstoun ReidHogan, Michael; Government & International RelGeorge (later Sir George) Houstoun Reid in The Premiers of New South Wales 1856-2005 Vol. 1, Federation Press, 2006, pp. 191-206
2006Introduction: The Worth of Politics?Hogan, Michael; Turner, Ken; Government & International Rel; Government & International RelIntroduction: The Worth of Politics? in The Worldly Art of Politics, Federation Press, 2006, pp. 3-23
2006John (later Sir John) SeeHogan, Michael; Government & International RelJohn (later Sir John) See in The Premiers of New South Wales 1856-2005 Vol. 2 1901-2005, The Federation Press, 2006, pp. 17-30
2006John Thomas LangHogan, Michael; Government & International RelJohn Thomas Lang in The Premiers of New South Wales 1856-2005 Vol. 2 1901-2005, The Federation Press, 2006, pp. 179-199
2007The Land QuestionHogan, Michael; Government & International RelThe Land Question in The People's Choice. Electoral Politics in Colonial New South Wales, Federation Press, 2007, pp. 15-24
2004A Licence To Mock: ResponseHogan, Michael; Government & International RelA Licence To Mock: Response, Australian Review of Public Affairs, vol.5,(1),2004,pp 43-45
2006Millicent Preston-Stanley: Organising for Women's RepresentationHogan, Michael; Government & International RelMillicent Preston-Stanley: Organising for Women's Representation in The Worldly Art of Politics, Federation Press, 2006, pp. 86-94
2011Postwar emergency housing in Sydney - the camps that never wereHogan, Michael; Government & International RelPostwar emergency housing in Sydney - the camps that never were, Journal of the Royal Australian Historical Society, vol.97, 1, 2011,pp 7-24
2008The power of cartoonsHogan, Michael; Government & International RelThe power of cartoons in Comic Commentators. Contemporary Political Cartooning in Australia, API Network, 2008, pp. 93-100