Notes on Contributors
SIR HARRY GIBBS, G.C.M.G., A.C., K.B.E.
was a Justice of the High Court from 1970 to 1981 and was Chief Justice of Australia from 1981 to 1987. His article in this issue is based upon an address given at the November 2000 Conference of the Samuel Griffith Society.
MR. R.J. STOVE
is Editor of the quarterly magazine Codex (www.codexmag.com.au), and his articles appear frequently in such journals as Chronicles (Rockford, Illinois), Quadrant, News Weekly and The Adelaide Review.
DR. I.C.F. SPRY, Q.C.
is Editor of National Observer, a Queen's Counsel and a former member of the Melbourne University and Monash University Law Faculties.
DR. HAL G.P. COLEBATCH
has written a number of books and articles, including "Blair's Britain" (Claridge, London, 1999), and has for many years been a commentator on Australian and international political and cultural issues.
MR. WILLIAM F. JASPER
is a staff writer for The New American (Appleton, Wisconsin). A longer article by him on Senator Pinochet appeared in Codex's October-December 1999 issue, before the former Chilean President's release from custody in the United Kingdom.
PROFESSOR LESLIE R. MARCHANT
was the Foundation Director of the Centre for East Asian Studies at the University of Western Australia, and is a member of the Faculty of the University of Notre Dame, Australia, as well as Resident Scholar at the Western Australian State Library.
MR. PETER HOWSON
was a member of the Commonwealth Parliament from 1955 to 1972, and was Federal Minister for Aboriginal Affairs in 1971 and 1972.
National Observer No. 49 - Winter 2001