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COVER STORY Anthony Albanese: NSW left factional warlord takes charge

EDITORIAL Religious freedom: the political and legislative challenges

CANBERRA OBSERVED Will Bill Shorten emerge from the shadows again?

FEDERAL ELECTION Queensland voted for jobs, life and country

NATIONAL AFFAIRS Keating's 'nutters': Don't blame the messenger

ECONOMICS AND SOCIETY Health policy is not immune from neoliberal infection

HUMAN RIGHTS Canada accepts Asia Bibi and family as refugees

FAMILY AND SOCIETY Families keeping the faith: the Benedict and other options

IDEOLOGY Feminist claims for equality, Part 1: The context

HISTORY OF SCIENCE Faith and reason and Father Stanley Jaki, Part 3: More on science and ancient cultures

LIFE ISSUES Families, youth boost crowd at WA Rally for Life

MUSIC Muse of delight: The laugh ascending

CINEMA Asterix: The Secret of the Magic Potion

BOOK REVIEW Pioneering aviator's flights and fancies

BOOK REVIEW Catholic resistance in a forgotten war

BOOK REVIEW AFA patron's long life of public service

LETTERS

NATIONAL AFFAIRS Cardinal Pell's appeal, June 5-6, 2019: An account from the live streaming

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COVER STORY Anthony Albanese: NSW left factional warlord takes charge
 
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EDITORIAL Religious freedom: the political and legislative challenges
Following widespread public concerns over threats to religious freedom during the federal election, the Morrison Government has promised a religious discrimination act by July.
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CANBERRA OBSERVED Will Bill Shorten emerge from the shadows again?
Never say never is a truism that applies to anyone who harbours ambition for the top jobs in politics, however improbable those ambitions may be.
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FEDERAL ELECTION Queensland voted for jobs, life and country
While the Coalition’s successful polling in other states is worthy of close examination, again, it was Queensland that largely determined the outcome. Put simply, Queensland voters elected a government that offered less threats to jobs, income and cost of living; and that offered greater hope for new jobs.
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NATIONAL AFFAIRS Keating's 'nutters': Don't blame the messenger
The comments made by Paul Keating in relation to the activities of the heads of Australia’s intelligence agencies attempting to influence the opinions of MPs in an anti-China crusade have been read in some places as being intemperate and even “colourful”.
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ECONOMICS AND SOCIETY Health policy is not immune from neoliberal infection
Is there a connection between neoliberalism and health policy? Certainly.
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HUMAN RIGHTS Canada accepts Asia Bibi and family as refugees
Asia Bibi, the Pakistani woman sentenced to death for blasphemy in 2010, but freed after an appeal to Pakistan’s Supreme Court was upheld in 2018, has left Pakistan to live in Canada, after Islamist extremists threatened to murder her.
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FAMILY AND SOCIETY Families keeping the faith: the Benedict and other options
Professor Allan C. Carlson delivered this address at the Saturday evening dinner of the National Civic Council’s 2019 Annual National Conference. The Annual Conference was held in Melbourne over the weekend of February 1–3, 2019. Professor Carlson’s address on that same morning appeared in the March 9, 2019, edition of News Weekly. This address points to some of the promising signs of a brighter future for the family in the wake of the breakdown of the ‘Liberal’ concept of the family, as he explained it in the previous paper.
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IDEOLOGY Feminist claims for equality, Part 1: The context
Feminists demand gender equality in public roles in society. In this two-part review, Michael Ord seeks to understand these demands. Are they genuine claims seeking the common good? Or are they an ideological caricature seeking personal interest and privilege for a select few?
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HISTORY OF SCIENCE Faith and reason and Father Stanley Jaki, Part 3: More on science and ancient cultures
The intellectual and scientific accomplishments of ancient Greece are seen as the greatest of antiquity. Mathematical discoveries such as geometry were its crowning achievements. Indeed, if you ask anyone who is responsible for paving the way for science in the West, you will almost invariably be told ancient Greece.
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LIFE ISSUES Families, youth boost crowd at WA Rally for Life
On Tuesday May 14 a crowd of over 2,000 from all generations gathered outside Parliament House to mourn the loss of 173, 000 unborn children 21 years since abortion laws were passed in Western Australia. The rally was organised by the Coalition for the Defence of Human Life, which includes the NCC and the AFA. Families came together as did youth groups and church leaders all to pray, petition and give witness.
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MUSIC Muse of delight: The laugh ascending
The recently departed poet Les Murray, surely our greatest ever, was once asked where poetry comes from. He responded: “From the impulse of delight. You fall in love with it and start thinking, I can do that, and you spend the next 50 years or so discovering whether you can or not.”
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CINEMA Asterix: The Secret of the Magic Potion
“The year is 50 BC. Gaul is entirely occupied by the Romans. well, not entirely … One small village of indomitable Gauls holds out against the invaders. And life is not easy for the Roman legionaries who garrison the fortified camps of Totorum, Aquarium, Laudanum and Compendium…”
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BOOK REVIEW Pioneering aviator's flights and fancies
His commercial ventures rarely flourished, especially without the orga­nisational talents of Charles Ulm. His attempts to compete with Qantas failed. Public opinion is a fickle thing; hero worship can turn to vilification overnight. Kingsford Smith had no business sense; he was almost always broke.
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BOOK REVIEW Catholic resistance in a forgotten war
Murphy begins by explaining the social and historical background. During the colonial period, from the foundation of New Spain in the 1520s until Mexico ultimately gained independence in 1821, the Catholic Church enjoyed considerable prestige and power. However, during the course of the 19th century and into the early decades of the 20th century, this position was gradually assailed and curtailed by a series of anti-clerical laws.
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BOOK REVIEW AFA patron's long life of public service
Sir Peter was also on the suspect list because he had been president of the Canberra branch of the Labor Party. Allen Brown was made Secretary to the Prime Minister’s Department and Frank McKenna was his Deputy.
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LETTERS
In this age of disregard for truth in argument, the winning card to brandish in political or social policy dispute is “the welfare of children”, regardless of whether it is the real issue or will actually be served if the espoused policy is implemented.
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NATIONAL AFFAIRS Cardinal Pell's appeal, June 5-6, 2019: An account from the live streaming
After two days of full and intense submissions by both Cardinal George Pell’s legal Counsel and the Prosecution, the Victorian Court of Appeal has reserved its decision in the matter of the conviction of Cardinal George Pell of sexual abuse of two choirboys at St Patrick’s Cathedral in Melbourne more than 20 years ago.
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