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In denial : the stolen generations and the right by Robert ManneNº 1
Appeasing Jakarta : Australia's complicity in the East Timor tragedy by John BirminghamNº 2
The opportunist: John Howard and the triumph of reaction (Quarterly essay) by Guy RundleNº 3
Rabbit syndrome : Australia and America by Don WatsonNº 4
Girt by sea : Australia, the refugees and the politics of fear by Mungo MacCallumNº 5
Beyond Belief : What Future for Labor? by John ButtonNº 6
Paradise Betrayed: West Papua's Struggle for Independence (Quarterly Essay 7) by John MartinkusNº 7
Groundswell : the rise of the Greens by Amanda LohreyNº 8
Beautiful lies : population and environment in Australia by Tim FlanneryNº 9
Bad Company: The Strange Cult of the CEO by Gideon HaighNº 10
Whitefella Jump Up: The Shortest Way to Nationhood by Germaine GreerNº 11
Made in England : Australia's British inheritance by David MaloufNº 12
Sending them home : refugees and the new politics of indifference by Robert ManneNº 13
Mission impossible : the sheikhs, the U.S. and the future of Iraq by Paul McGeoughNº 14
Latham's World by Margaret SimonsNº 15
Breach of trust : truth, morality and politics by Raimond GaitaNº 16
Kangaroo court: family law in Australia by John HirstNº 17
The worried well : the depression epidemic and the medicalisation of our sorrows by Gail BellNº 18
Relaxed & comfortable : the Liberal Party's Australia by Judith Margaret BrettNº 19
A time for war : Australia as military power by John BirminghamNº 20
What's left? The death of social democracy by Clive HamiltonNº 21
Voting for Jesus : Christianity and politics in Australia by Amanda LohreyNº 22
The history question : who owns the past? by Inga ClendinnenNº 23
Bipolar nation : how to win the 2007 election by Peter HartcherNº 25
His master's voice : the corruption of public debate under Howard by David MarrNº 26
Reaction time : climate change and the nuclear option by Ian LoweNº 27
Exit right : the unravelling of John Howard by Judith BrettNº 28
Love & money : the family and the free market by Anne ManneNº 29
Last drinks : the impact of the Northern Territory intervention by Paul TooheyNº 30
Now or Never: Why We Must Act Now to End Climate Change and Create a Sustainable Future by Tim FlanneryNº 31
American revolution : the fall of Wall Street and the rise of Barack Obama by Kate JenningsNº 32
Quarry vision : coal, climate change and the end of the resources boom by Guy PearseNº 33
Stop at nothing : the life and adventures of Malcolm Turnbull by Annabel CrabbNº 34
Radical Hope: Education and Equality in Australia by Noel PearsonNº 35
Australian story : Kevin Rudd and the lucky country by Mungo MacCallumNº 36
What's right? : the future of conservatism in Australia by Waleed AlyNº 37
Power trip : the political journey of Kevin Rudd by David MarrNº 38
Power shift : Australia's future between Washington and Beijing by Hugh WhiteNº 39
Trivial pursuit : leadership and the end of the reform era by George MegalogenisNº 40
The Happy Life: The Search for Contentment in the Modern World by David MaloufNº 41
Fair share : country and city in Australia by Judith BrettNº 42
Bad news : Murdoch's Australian and the shaping of the nation by Robert ManneNº 43
Man-made world : choosing between progress and planet by Andrew CharltonNº 44
Us and them : on the importance of animals by Anna KrienNº 45
Great expectations : government, entitlement and an angry nation by Laura TingleNº 46
Political animal : the making of Tony Abbott by David MarrNº 47
Quarterly Essay 48, After the Future: Australia's New Extinction Crisis by Tim FlanneryNº 48
Quarterly Essay 49 Not Dead Yet: Labor's Post-Left Future by Mark LathamNº 49
Quarterly Essay 50: Unfinished Business: Sex, Freedom and Misogyny by Anna GoldsworthyNº 50
Quarterly Essay 51: The Prince: Faith, Abuse and George Pell by David MarrNº 51
Found in translation : in praise of a plural world by Linda JaivinNº 52
Quarterly Essay 53: That Sinking Feeling by Paul TooheyNº 53
Dragon's tail : the lucky country after the China boom by Andrew CharltonNº 54
Quarterly Essay 55 A Rightful Place: Race, recognition and a more complete commonwealth by Noel PearsonNº 55
Quarterly Essay 56 Clivosaurus: The Politics of Clive Palmer by Guy RundleNº 56
Quarterly Essay 57, Dear Life: On Caring for the Elderly by Karen HitchcockNº 57
Quarterly Essay 58 Blood Year: Terror and the Islamic State by David KilcullenNº 58
Faction man : Bill Shorten's path to power by David MarrNº 59
Quarterly Essay 60 Political Amnesia: How We Forgot How To Govern by Laura TingleNº 60
Qe61: Balancing ACT: Australia Between Recession and Renewal (Quarterly Essay) by George MegalogenisNº 61
Firing Line: Australia's Path to War (Quarterly Essay) by James BrownNº 62
Qe63: Enemy Within: American Politics in the Time of Trump (Quarterly Essay) by Don WatsonNº 63
The Australian Dream: Blood, History and Becoming (Quarterly Essay) by Stan GrantNº 64
Quarterly Essay 65 The White Queen: One Nation and the Politics of Race by David MarrNº 65
Quarterly Essay 67: Moral Panic 101: Equality, Acceptance and the Safe Schools Scandal by Benjamin LawNº 67

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