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The November 2014 edition of Werewolf

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The Late-July 2014 Edition of Werewolf

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The April 2014 Edition of Werewolf

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The March 2014 Edition of Werewolf

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The December 2013 Edition of Werewolf

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* * * * * WEREWOLF ISSUE 44, November 2013 * * * * *

The November 2013 Edition of Werewolf

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Referendum On A Robbery

The asset sales referendum kicks off on November 22…

by Gordon Campbell

TPP : The Never-To-Be-Ended Story

Does even Barack Obama want a fight over the TPP?

by Gordon Campbell

Our Silence On Syria’s Suffering

Why is New Zealand not offering to take in some of Syria’s refugees?

by by Emma Beals and Murdoch Stephens
Blue Jasmine

In The Autumn of the Woodsman

Is Blue Jasmine, Woody Allen’s so-called “return to form” really as good as they say?

by Philip Matthews

Keeping Things In Perspective

God and the universe have larger concerns

by Gordon Campbell

Algeria : Boutekflika Strikes Back

In Algeria, a regime in trouble tightens its grip on power

by Hicham Yezza

The Unbeatable Lightness of Gravity

Sandra Bullock and the space/light dimension…

by Gordon Campbell

The Complicatist : Deafheaven and Sunbather

This black metal / shoegaze hybrid is (almost) everyone’s pick as album of the year

by Gordon Campbell
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* * * * * WEREWOLF ISSUE 43, October 2013 * * * * *

The October 2013 Edition of Werewolf

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TPP : The Parley in Bali

The TPP trade deal is in deep trouble…

by Gordon Campbell

TPP : No Ifs, No Butts

The TPP trade deal needs to take a stand against Big Tobacco

by Gordon Campbell

Doing Less, For Fewer

National’s policies on refugees are an exercise in cost-cutting and officialese

by Murdoch Stephens

The Politics of Low Expectations

The economy’s role in Election 2014 – an interview with business analyst Rod Oram

by Gordon Campbell

Killing The Dream

The murder of South African housing activist Nkululeko Gwala

by Abahlali baseMjondolo

The Complicatist : Listening To Breaking Bad

The use of music in Vince Gilligan’s great series

by Gordon Campbell

Profiting Off Prisoners

Dealing with the problems created by the prison industry

by topcriminaljusticedegrees.org
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The September 2013 Edition of Werewolf

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The August 2013 Edition of Werewolf

by Werewolf

Nanny National

In John Key, has Big Government and Corporate Power found their most devoted servant?

by Gordon Campbell

Classics : Ernest and Celestine

Life on the emotional edge, with the bear father and the mouse child

by Grace C. Russell

Gods and Monsters

Maybe Pacific Rim is the best film that Guillermo Del Toro could have made right now

by Philip Matthews

The Complicatist : Bobby Bland R.I.P., Laura Marling

Eagles may be high and free, but they’re also birds of prey

by Gordon Campbell

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