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What are her chances of being the next UN Secretary General?

The film that created an industry and split feminism
Are there really Australians in Heaven?

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Profiteering from Prisons

On the global evidence, private prisons are no more efficient, and are no less expensive for the taxpayer

by Rory MacKinnon

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Lady in Waiting

Helen Clark’s chances of becoming the next UN Secretary-General

by Gordon Campbell

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Saint Australia

The blessings of the Lucky Country now extend to the afterlife

by Gordon Campbell

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Obama faces the mid-terms

Why voters are looking elsewhere for change they can believe in

by James Robinson

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Left Coasting : Fail Marks for the Smart Grid

What’s so smart about corporate energy’s transition to smart meters?

by Rosalea Barker

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Classics : The Owl Service (1967)

The owls are not what they seem, but the English stay true to type

by Gordon Campbell

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From The Hood : Looney Toons In Hobbiton

The unionth are dethpicable!

by Lyndon Hood

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Milestone Movies : Deep Throat (1972)

From Linda Lovelace to Julia Roberts – its not such a long way, baby

by Brannavan Gnanlingham

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The Complicatist : In praise of Raymond Scott

The man who heard the future

by Gordon Campbell

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Cartoon Alley: Reviews and commentary #17… Gordon Campbell

My favourite cartoon (this month) : Winsor McKay’s black and white cartoons

by Gordon Campbell

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Cartoon Alley: Reviews and commentary #16… Tim Bollinger

New works by Art Spiegelman, Toby Morris and Glen Stewart

by Tim Bollinger

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Cartoon Alley

Reviews, commentary and comics from local artists

by Werewolf

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* * * * * WEREWOLF ISSUE 16, September 2010 * * * * *

The September 2010 Edition of Werewolf

by Werewolf

 

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