Issue #2068

The Guardian • Issue #2068 • September 4, 2023

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Intergenerational Report – The march of history

A spectre is haunting Europe – the spectre of Communism. All the powers of old Europe have entered into a holy alliance to exorcise this...

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Class interest and Voices

One really bad argument against a Yes vote for the Voice to Parliament is that that a small group of Australians – Indigenous people –...

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Public Sector Alliance WA campaign for new industrial agreement

On Monday evening 14th August 2023, at the CSA Centre in Perth, the peak union body Unions WA, launched its campaign for a new industrial...

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Commit to education

There exists significant disparity in educational outcomes throughout Australia. Funding for education must be prioritised to deliver inclusive, quality public education for all and the...

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Victorian Uni strikes roll on

Melbourne University’s Student Union has given its full support to the strike action by National Tertiary Education Union (NTEU) members, commenced on Monday 28th August....

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The Matildas’ collective power

From their first kick-off against Ireland in the World Cup, the Matildas were playing to win not only the World Cup, but respect for women’s...

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DINGO

Trade union federations in the EU have called for affiliates to support French trade unionists who are being prosecuted for taking collective action during recent...

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Nuclear (con) fusion

It’s increasingly evident that the reason the LNP quietly introduced the AUKUS pact into Australia just prior to the nation going into an election, was...

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GREEN NOTES

Anna Pha Australia is a contracting party to the Convention on the Prevention of Maritime Pollution by Dumping of Wastes and other Matter, or London...

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Let Cuba Live!

1 MILLION SIGNATURES TO TAKE CUBA OFF THE LIST OF STATE SPONSORS OF TERRORISM. Join the urgent call to take Cuba off the State Sponsors...

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GLOBAL BRIEFS

RUSSIA: The Kremlin last week rejected allegations that it was behind a plane crash that is presumed to have killed mercenary leader Yevgeny Prigozhin. Kremlin...

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LETTERS

Bias and bullying The two-page spread in Murdoch’s SA Advertiser of Monday 21st August with the big-font headline “CFMEU ‘BULLYING’ WORKERS” made interesting reading. Writer...

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Angela Y. Davis – ‘Are Prisons Obsolete?’ revisited

In 1969 Dr Angela Y. Davis was fired from the University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA) for being a member of the Communist Party USA...

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Silencing The Lambs (How propaganda works)

In the 1970s, I met one of Hitler’s leading propagandists, Leni Riefenstahl, whose epic films glorified the Nazis. We happened to be staying at the...

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HALF THE SKY

Skye Dannaher Paid parental leave is one of the most important forms of social security, as it enables parents to be able to care for...

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