Australian politics, society & culture

The Nation Reviewed

Australia once had death taxes, as they are generally called by their opponents; supporters call them inheritance, estate or bequest taxes © Simon Schluter / Fairfax Syndication
Taxes, death and superannuation
By Judith Brett
Illustration by Jeff Fisher.
A bid to boost foreign aid
By Andrew McMillen
Illustration by Jeff Fisher.
Helping farmers rebuild with BlazeAid
By Lisa Clausen
Illustration by Jeff Fisher.
The nominal rewards of football
By Peter Cronin
Illustration by Jeff Fisher.
Lest we forget
By Robert Manne
Illustration by Jeff Fisher.
Eyewitness to the whale wars
By Sam Vincent
Illustration by Jeff Fisher.
Brides revisited
By Chloe Hooper
Illustration by Jeff Fisher.
Rare meat
By Daniel Otis
Illustration by Jeff Fisher.
Veterans return to Vietnam
By Mark Dapin
Illustration by Jeff Fisher.
Shaddap you Facebook
By Joe Dolce
The Death of Caesar (1867), Jean-Léon Gérôme. Image courtesy of the Walters Arts Museum.
Hollow the leader
By Waleed Aly
Illustration by Jeff Fisher.
Australia’s policy drought
By Judith Brett
L–R: Penny Wong, Tanya Plibersek, Jenny Macklin, Julia Gillard, Kate Lundy, Kate Ellis, Julie Collins. © Tim Bauer
Critical Mass
By Anna Goldsworthy
Illustration by Jeff Fisher.
Why I Resigned
By Nicola Roxon
Illustration by Jeff Fisher.
Aboriginal violence and its interpreters
By John van Tiggelen
Illustration by Jeff Fisher.
Nate Silver’s poker face
By Michaela McGuire
Tony Abbott, March 2010, ahead of the Port Macquarie Iron Man event. © Nathan Edwards / Newspix
Joe Hockey for PM?
By Mungo MacCallum
Illustration by Jeff Fisher.
Sea shepherd vs whalers
By Nic Price

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