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

Choose it or lose it

Australia has a last chance to avert climate catastrophe

Untitled (Pollo Frito), 1982, by Jean-Michel Basquiat

Stopped in the street: ‘Keith Haring | Jean-Michel Basquiat: Crossing Lines’

Early death meant the work of these renowned artists never fully emerged from ’80s New York subcultures

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The Doctor’s dilemma

Director Robert Icke on rewriting the classic Austrian play to explore contemporary moral conundrums

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The fraught politics of Fire Fight Australia

The imperatives of commercial media mean that the bushfire crisis is unlikely to be a tipping point for denialism


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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A gap too far

Despite fine words in response to the latest Closing the Gap report, the PM insists that politicians know best when it comes to the question of recognition


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