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December 2010

Volume LIV, No 12

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Letters to the Editor

Letters locked Philip Ayres, Roy Williams, Alan Barcan, Bern Brent,Hal Colebatch, Peter Gerard, Murray Mitchell,John Oliver, Frederick Auld

Australia

The Trial of Andrew Bolt (I): Designer Ethnicity John Izzard

The Enigma of the Australian Pygmies Ted Rule

The Trial of Andrew Bolt (II): Real Aborigines versus Phoneys Keith Windschuttle

Criticism

Hitting the Ground Alive Elizabeth Smither

As She is Spoke Val Murray

Education

Albert Gordon Austin locked Paul Nicholls

Environment

Is Native Forestry an Endangered Species? Mark Poynter

Art

No Stranger in Paradise locked Douglas Hassall

Books

The Men of Perth locked David Leach

Literature

December 1910: When It All Changed locked Mervyn F. Bendle

History and Hypnosis locked Iain Bamforth

Refracted Light locked Catherine Parish

Ryan

Lord Rothschild's Legacies locked Peter Ryan

Film

Another Neglected Masterpiece locked Neil McDonald

Theatre

Stages in the night Michael Connor

Asia

The Gathering Uncertainty Paul Monk

History

The White Rajah of Bencalis locked Christopher Dawson

Stories

The Yunnan Poplars locked Matthew O'Sullivan

First Person

Busting the Toad Busters locked Robert Wood

Politics

The Political Memoirs of a Conservative Realist David Martin Jones

Economics

The Prospects of Another Global Financial Crisis Trevor Sykes

Philosophy and Ideas

What Makes a Human Being? locked Michael Giffin

The Language of Liberty James Allan

Are Humans Part of Nature? locked Allen Greer

Music

The Voice Mark McGinness

Poetry

Time to Write Andrew Lansdown

Blue Wrens Russell Erwin

Suffering, Summer Andrew Lansdown

Pennies for the Shark Clive James

Zebra Finches, Station Country Andrew Lansdown

Samurai Andrew Lansdown

The Bottom of the Ocean; In the Blood John Whitworth

The Starr family Russell Erwin

A Love Poem, Bellingen locked Russell Erwin

Bunty's Favourites; Smells of My Youth John Whitworth