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George Jonas (1935–) is a Hungarian-born conservative Canadian writer, poet and journalist. He was born in Budapest, the son of Dr. Georg M. Hübsch and Magda Hübsch (nee Klug). Jonas worked as radio producer in Budapest before escaping after the 1956 Hungarian Revolution. He came to Canada and worked for CBC between 1962-85 as a scriptwriter and producer. He was published as columnist in the Toronto Sun between 1981-2001 and in the National Post since 2001. He has written 13 books, 1 play and two operas.
- The East Wind Blows West, 1993.
- Politically Incorrect, 1991.
- A Passion Observed: A True Story of a Motorcycle Racer, 1989.
- Crocodiles in the Bathtub, 1987.
- Greenspan: The Case for the Defense, 1987.
- The Scales of Justice: Volume II, 1986.
- Vengeance: The True Story of an Israeli Counter-Terrorist Team, 1984.
- The Scales of Justice: Seven Famous Criminal Cases Recreated, 1983.
- Final Decree, 1981.
- By Persons Unknown: The Strange Death of Christine Demeter co-written with Barbara Amiel, 1977.
- Cities, 1973.
- The Happy Hungry Man, 1970.
- The Absolute Smile, 1967.
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