Letters to the Editor

Letters to the Editor

by Michael John, Dale Kent
October 2021, no. 436

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Letters to the Editor

by Luke Fischer, David Macauley, and Tony Hughes-d’Aeth
November 2021, no. 437

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Letters to the Editor

by Patricia Wiltshire, John McBain, Doug Spowart and Victoria Cooper, Sue Bond, Iradj Nabavi-Tabrizi
December 2021, no. 438

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Letters to the Editor

by Theodore Ell, Alistair Thomson
March 2022, no. 440

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On John Arnold's review of The People’s Force: A history of Victoria Police by Robert Haldane; Richard J. Martin’s review of ‘Against Native Title’: Conflict and creativity in outback Australia by Eve Vincent; and Anwen Crawford's review of Loveless ...

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Comments from John Miller, Barry Oakley, Davd Fitzpatrick, Claire Rhoden, and Robert Wills.

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Dear Editor, your editorial on the issue of marriage equality in the December 2017 edition of ABR was a superb contribution. It reminded me of the worthiness of the expression of measured, deliberate, and forcibly expressed anger when it is appropriate ...

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Dear Editor, It was disappointing to read Stephen Mills’s commentary on my recent Making Modern Australia: The Whitlam government’s 21st century agenda (ABR, 11/17). From a collection of eleven chapters Mills refers to just four and fails to mention the remaining seven. In doing so, he renounces any realistic attempt at a ...

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Comments from ABR readers, published in the November Arts Issue of Australian Book Review.

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Marriage equality

See 'The same-sex marriage debate' by Peter Rose

Dear Editor,
How sad it is that the Australian political leadership is so inept, so hostage to minority interests – in this case, those of the conservative Christian variety. This in ...