September 2006


Magazine

September 2006

Comment

The fencing lesson

Cruising

I accuse

Interrogation dances

The Monthly Essays

Cruising

Life and death on the high seas

I accuse

A century after the Dreyfus Affair, “anti-terror” legislation jeopardises Australians’ right to a fair trial


The Nation Reviewed

There’s something about Mary

The politics of water in the sunshine state


Arts & Letters

The 5000 spirits or the layers of the onion

Joe Boyd’s ‘White Bicycles: Making Music in the 1960s’

The contours of the everyday

Writing ‘Ordinary People’s Politics’

Everyone’s battleground

Ken Inglis’s ‘Whose ABC? The Australian Broadcasting Corporation 1983–2006’

Interrogation dances

The making of ‘Honour Bound’



Noted


Encounters

Peter Lalor & Raffaello Carboni

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