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October 2015

Volume LIX, Number 10, No 520

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Letters

Keynesianism, Le Corbusier and other matters locked

Chronicle

The Two Conservatisms locked John O’Sullivan

Astringencies

Censorship for a Transgressive Age Anthony Daniels

Politics

The Nation-State as Chameleon? Harry Gelber

Refugees, Rights and Citizenship Nick Cater

Extraordinary Times in British Politics: A Conversation locked Tim Montgomerie & Andrew Gamble

Correspondents

The Siege of Budapest Gerald Frost

Rape, Islam and the Deafening Silence Christie Davies

Foreign Affairs

In Defence of (Occasional) Appeasement Tom Switzer

The Middle East

The Sins of Sultan Erdogan Daryl McCann

Religion

The Incredible Shrinking Liberal Protestantism locked William D. Rubinstein

History

Dr Burton at the Royal Commission on Espionage locked Rob Foot

Architecture

The Betrayal of Barangaroo locked Philip Drew

Society

The Destruction of the Family Simon P. Kennedy

Literature

Australia and the Post-Colonial Novel locked Helen Andrews

First to Fourth Waves of Feminism Jane Sutton

Theatre

Daddy SS and Mummy Cool locked Michael Connor

Poetry

Those Old Subversive Starvation Box Blues locked Joe Dolce

First Person

Absent the Miracle locked Luke Stegemann

Story

Bully locked Sean O’Leary

Books

After Reagan, but Mostly Before locked Kevin D. Williamson

The Intricacies of Benevolence Alan Gould

Opinions and Reflections by Paul Monk locked Peter Coleman

Big History and Middling Men locked Robert Murray

An Opportunity Missed Gary Johns

Ryan

In the Neighbourhood of Brian Fitzpatrick locked Peter Ryan

Poetry

Peter Skrzynecki: I Put on a T-shirt locked Peter Skrzynecki

Suzanne Edgar: Four Poems locked Suzanne Edgar

Geoff Page: Three Poems locked Geoff Page

Hal Colebatch: Two Poems locked Hal Colebatch

Joe Dolce: Two Poems locked Joe Dolce

John Whitworth: Two Poems locked John Whitworth

Marilyn Peck: Two Poems locked Marilyn Peck

Andrew Lansdown: Two Poems locked Andrew Lansdown