September 2006

Essays

Robert Manne

The Stolen Generations

A documentary collection

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The Stolen Generations - a documentary collection 

Robert Manne

Robert Manne is emeritus professor of politics and vice-chancellor’s fellow at La Trobe University. His most recent books are The Mind of the Islamic State and On Borrowed Time.

Cover: September 2006

September 2006

From the front page

“Death spiral”

Who is private health insurance helping, exactly?

Image of Opposition Leader Anthony Albanese and CFMEU Victoria secretary John Setka

Judge stymies Albanese’s plans to expel Setka from ALP

A protracted battle is the last thing the Opposition needs

Image of Mungo MacCallum

Mungo MacCallum: A true journalistic believer

Celebrating the contribution of an Australian media legend

Cover image of ‘The Other Americans’ by Laila Lalami

‘The Other Americans’ by Laila Lalami

An accidental death in a tale of immigrant generations highlights fractures in the promise of America


In This Issue

Illustration by Jeff Fisher.

Comment

Interrogation dances

The making of ‘Honour Bound’
Illustration by Jeff Fisher.

The fencing lesson

‘Tuvalu’ by Andrew O’Connor


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The government’s perverse pursuit of surplus

Aiming to be back in black in the current climate is bad economics

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Dark Mofo 2019: Blixa Bargeld

The German musician presides over a suitably unpredictable evening


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