June 2012


Magazine

June 2012

A New Opium

The Fat Man in History

Murdoch & Company

She’s not there

Memory Palaces

Winning Enemies

Knock ’em down rain

Sensitive Souls

It’s Complicated

She’s not there

The curious case of Cate Blanchett


The Nation Reviewed

A New Opium

The Anzac cult

The Fat Man in History

Capitalists in the popular imagination

A Royal Pilgrimage

Queen Elizabeth’s Melbourne Visit

Veni, Vidi, Venus

The transit of Venus

A Case of Rust

The Melbourne International Flower & Garden Show


The Monthly Essays

Murdoch & Company

Rupert is finally reaping what he sowed

The Protector: Nicola Roxon

Australia’s Attorney-General wants a fair go for all. Will she get one herself?

She’s not there

The curious case of Cate Blanchett


Arts & Letters

The Shire versus Australia

How a new show is creating drama

Memory Palaces

Australia’s budding graphic novel scene

Winning Enemies

Frank Ledwidge’s 'Losing Small Wars', Karen Middleton’s 'An Unwinnable War' and Michael Hasting’s 'The Operators'.

Knock ’em down rain

The Warmun art movement

Sensitive Souls

The troubadour glut



Noted


Encounters

Peter Norman, Tommie Smith & John Carlos

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