‘Anthropologists, Spooks, and the Boys Who Went To War’ by Rowan Cahill

Rowan Cahill: I became aware of the rudiments of this story during the 1970s and 80s in my various associations with the former Seamen’s Union of Australia (now part of the Maritime Union of Australia), and the now defunct Communist Party of Australia. It was in these environments I first heard about, and met former members of, a strange... Continue Reading →

Asylum Seekers: The sad, short, history of Labor’s deviation from a ‘White Australia” mentality by Tony Harris

The recent attacks on the Greens by notable Labor Party figures over the refusal of the Greens to compromise over offshore processing of asylum seekers represents a new low for the Labor Party. The attacks by assorted Labor right-wingers are predictable. But most disappointing was Labor Left Senator Doug Cameron who accused the Greens of... Continue Reading →

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