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January-February 2001
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January-February 2001
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Also this month:

In his own write: Alex McDermott looks at recent Ned Kelly literature, including Peter Carey’s True History of the Kelly Gang.

Naming rites: Brian McCoy on language matters.

A farewell to the Australian welfare state: McClure is newer, but not better, argues Francis G. Castles.

Flash in the Pan: reviews of the films Sunshine and Charlie’s Angels.

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COMMENT

Morag Fraser In sight

LETTERS

Piero Pagliaro

THE MONTH’S TRAFFIC

John Bartlett Old wars, old sores
Edmund Campion Ideas man

COLUMNS

Capital Letter
Jack Waterford
Spring cleaning in summer

Archimedes
Tim Thwaites
Time for a climate change

Summa Theologiae
Andrew Hamilton
Apocalypse know-how

Watching Brief
Juliette Hughes
Web sights

COVER STORY

West Papua rumbles
Writer–photographer Ashley Gilbertson meets the barefoot warriors of the Free West Papua Movement.

FEATURES

Keeping it cricket
Tim Stoney on how to survive testing times.

Knowing your place
Frank Brennan’s update from East Timor.

Naming rites
Brian McCoy on language matters.

Imagining the future
Peter Carnley on Federation, rights and unity.

On the war path
Robin Gerster on Bikini Atoll et al.

A farewell to the Australian welfare state
McClure is newer, but not better, argues Francis G. Castles.

Water wars
In India’s Gujarat, as elsewhere, dams are only a stop-gap, writes Anthony Ham.

Chad update
Anthony Ham

SUMMER QUIZ

Federation follies—the stickiest ever

BOOKS

In his own write
Alex McDermott looks at recent Ned Kelly literature, including Peter Carey’s True History of the Kelly Gang.

By design
Christopher Menz reviews Andrew Montana’s The Art Movement in Australia.

THEATRE

A little right music
Geoffrey Milne on new Australian music theatre.

FLASH IN THE PAN

Reviews of the films Sunshine; Unbreakable; Chicken Run; Innocence and Charlie’s Angels.

SPECIFIC LEVITY

Joan Nowotny Cryptic crossword

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