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December 2013

Volume LVII, No 12

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Celebration

Celebrating Quadrant locked John Howard, Keith Windschuttle, Peter Coleman and Les Murray, Tony Abbott

The Middle East

The Muslim Brotherhood's Rise and Fall Daryl McCann

World War I

Imagining the Great War Mervyn F. Bendle

Chronicle

The War at Home Keith Windschuttle

Religion

Jesus: A Classical Perspective Philip Ayres

Reappraising Relations Between Christians and Jews locked Michael Giffin

The Decline Of The Suburban Church Christopher Akehurst

Eve and the Apple locked Bruce Fleming

Books

A Town in Time locked Penelope Nelson

Story

Kalgoorlie ... and Disappointing Annie locked Sean O’Leary

Film

Colonel Bellah and Admiral Ford locked Neil McDonald

Stanley Kubrick’s Gothic Labyrinth locked Christopher Heathcote

Theatre

Love Song to a Dead Stalinist Michael Connor

Society

The Marriage Wars Geoffrey Luck

Same-Sex Marriage and Illogical Claims of Inequality John de Meyrick

Letters

The Eugenic Resurgence and Abortion locked

Defence

Long-Term Defence Planning on Short-Term Electoral Cycles Michael O’Connor

ANZUS and the Monroe Doctrine locked Michael Cook

Economics

The Power and Necessity of Consumer Surplus locked Philip Hayward

Aboriginal Policy

Indigenous Recognition's Misguided Case Frank Salter

Poetry

The Usual: A Tribute locked Alan Gould

Four short poems locked Peter Bakovski

Little Grandpa Train Ride locked Joe Dolce

Homo Erectus; Through a Glass locked Olivia Byard

Quince locked Andy Kissane

Mango locked Andy Kissane

The Quarrel with Self locked Alan Gould

Carpe Diem in Balmain locked Paolo Totaro

The Wily Wall locked Derek Fenton

Pin Boy locked Joe Dolce

Lyrebird locked Paolo Totaro

Piping Plovers Across from Charles Island locked Keayr Braxton

Rhubarb locked Andy Kissane

Indestructible locked J.R. McRae

Puffing smoke; The space you inhabit locked Robyn Rowland

Summer Afternoon locked Judy Johnson

Years Later locked Knute Skinner