Elle Hardy is an Australian journalist based in the United States. She can be found at www.ellehardy.com.
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Stumbling and bumbling
The self-own has become the most devastating force in Australian politics
No bread, just circuses
Apportioning blame for the rise of Australia’s nationalist right
The politics of distraction
Taken for suckers, the media keeps throwing punches
Australia is struggling to come to grips with the radical new disorder
Talk is cheap
A focus on words and symbolism keeps feminism ineffective
In their own image
The rise of the launch-your-own political party
The AMA operates without competition or counterpoint. So why does it get a free pass from both government and the media?
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