Review

In Law in War, Catherine Bond paints a picture of the tyranny Australia imposed on its own citizens while at war

By Michael McKernan
June 19 2020 - 2:00pm
  • Law in War: Freedom and Restriction in Australia in the Great War, by Catherine Bond. NewSouth. $34.99.
Catherine Bond's book is written with precision and ruthlessness. Picture: Supplied

Catherine Bond, an Associate Professor in the Faculty of Law at UNSW Sydney, describes her book as "legally minded". It is certainly that, written with the precision and logic and ruthlessness a reader might expect from a writer with a solid legal training.

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