|Issue No 32||24 September 1999|
Letters to the Editor
Working Class Aesthetics
Page 12 of today's Domain in the SMH has a story on renovated properties in Balmain.
The sub-head is "What was it with workers 100 years ago? Why didn't they like windows?"
Probably the same reason they didn't like cappucinos and focaccia. No taste darling!
Interview: His Daily Fix
Graham Richardson talks of his transition from national politics to talkback radio and his ongoing jobs as a fixer.
Politics: Requiem to the Third Way
The swing to Labor in Victoria shows clearly that once again Australian voters have rejected economic rationalism. The result, and the reasons for it, should worry John Howard.
International: A Common Struggle for Freedom
It may not get the headlines, but Western Sahara has some chilling similarities with East Timor.
Unions: Woolscour Workers say No to Peter Reith
Workers at Canobolas Wooltopping - a woolscour plant near Orange, in central west New South Wales, have just sent a message to Workplace Relations Minister Peter Reith: thanks, but no thanks.
Legal: Outlawed Acts of Consicence
The recent boycotts in support of East Timorese indepndence highlights the extremism of Reith's second wave.
History: Was Manning Clark A True Believer
A Canberra history conference shines the spotlight on Australia's most famous historian.
Review: Paranoid Echoes
The calls to examine the Australian–Soviet documents in the Moscow Literary archives have grown in volume over the past year.
Labour Review: What's New at the Information Centre
The latest issue of Labour Review - a resource for officals and students.
Satire: Kennett Boosts Chances: Two More Independents Dead
Caretaker Premier Jeff Kennett today admitted that voters perceived him as arrogant and out of touch, but insisted that they were wrong.
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