"This is a very strong and persuasive, even compelling narrative. Donovan's argument is clearly presented, well documented and convincing to the reader. Moreover the writer is able to demonstrate that this is a very important and significant issue, far greater than the question of a single film being scuttled. The relative merit of the film is not the central issue of the case bit rather the question of whether the merit was fairly and openly determined by Australian Film Commision personnel and procedures." Emeritus Professor, Donald Shea College of Letters and Science, Department of Political Science University of Wisconsin, Milwaukee December, 1998.