November 2014


Magazine

November 2014

One man, one vote

Heavy lifting

Sense and sensibility

Much obliged

Outback jihad

The wife and times

Music for airports

Pecking orders

Sense and sensibility

Tanya Plibersek plays it cool


The Nation Reviewed

One man, one vote

As captain of Team Australia, Tony Abbott has plunged us into war without debate

Heavy lifting

Gary Quinlan and Julie Bishop have done Australia proud at the UN Security Council

Danny

When the death of an old friend becomes tabloid fodder

The mystery bus

Choosing an aged-care home is not easy


The Monthly Essays

Sense and sensibility

Tanya Plibersek plays it cool

Much obliged

The poor face onerous rules while rich corporations avoid tax with impunity

Outback jihad

How World War One came to Broken Hill


Medicine

Do no harm

Sometimes a doctor can’t help but kill a patient

Medicine

Arts & Letters

The pencil and the damage done

The perverse attraction of autobiographical fiction

The wife and times

Annabel Crabb’s ‘The Wife Drought’

Music for airports

The long decline of U2

Pecking orders

Jean-Pierre and Luc Dardenne’s ‘Two Days, One Night’ and Damien Chazelle’s ‘Whiplash’



Noted

‘Amnesia’ by Peter Carey Hamish Hamilton; $32.99 By Guy Rundle

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