TSI Quarterly – Issue 44 [FINAL ISSUE]

  • The Islamic Veil: Unmasking the Stakeholders – Ida Lichter
  • The Lion and the Gazelle: the Race for Economic Prosperity – Dimitri Burshtein
  • The Canberra Air Tragedy in World War II – Alan Gregory
  • A Phoenix Rising: Robert Menzies 1939-49 – Anne Henderson
  • Present and Absent: Anti-Semitism Without Jews – Colin Tatz
  • Media Watch tackles Rai Gaita, sludge and the Sandalistas of the Moorlort Plains – Gerard Henderson

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TSI Quarterly – Issue 43

  • Stephen Matchett – Labor’s pain continues
  • Adam Creighton explains why most Australians pay no net tax
  • Margaret Thatcher – as seen by Charles Moore and Anne Henderson
  • Ross Fitzgerald reviews Colebatch, Patrick, Bowen and Latham
  • Vale Ken Minogue, John McConell and Ferry Levy
  • Media Watch gets into sandals – looking at Jonathan Green and Craig McGregor

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TSI Quarterly – Issue 42

  • Anne Henderson – Learning from Calvin Coolidge
  • Stephen Matchett on Lincoln’s White House, democracy and power at play
  • Ross Fitzgerald reviews books on Bill Woodfull, Old Xaverians Football Club, Footy Town and Madeleine St John
  • Jim Griffin, Daniel Mannix & the ABD
  • Anonymous, a study on the American firearm
  • Asylum Seekers and the Confusion of David Marr & Julian Burnside
  • Linda Mottram & Emma Alberici in the Conservative-Free-Zone
  • Media Watch’s Sandalista Watch with the ABC’s “Whitlam: the Lyrical”

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TSI Quarterly – Issue 41

  • Anya Poukchanski – Putin’s crackdown on Russia’s opposition
  • Dysfunction in Labor through Labor eyes – Stephen Matchett
  • Appeasement today and in the 1930s – Anne Henderson
  • Don Aitkin lets fly at the ABC’s political culture
  • Bob Santamaria in Asia with agent Frank Mount
  • John McConnell reviews George Megalogenis and Kevin Peoples
  • Media Watch’s Sandalista Watch with Comrade Alex Mitchell’s comrades – Vanessa Redgrave, Gerry Healy, Ken Loach, Ken Livingstone, Fay Weldon and Glenda Jackson

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TSI Quarterly – Issue 40

  • Anne Henderson on the British Riots
  • Stephen Matchett looks at political biography with Cheney, Rice & Rumsfeld
  • Sandalista Watch Continues Sophie Cunningham and the Leftie Luvvies of Inner-City Melbourne
  • Shelley Gare on Food as Art
  • Documentation UNSW Goes Post- Modern under Fred Hilmer
  • John McConnell looks at Andrew Robb’s Black Dog & Katherine Birbalsingh’s Teaching Experience
  • Media Watch’s Anti-Gongs for 2011 with Guy Rundle, Judy Davis, Michael Brissenden, Margaret Simons and many more

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TSI Quarterly – Issue 39

  • Anya Poukchanski with a Gen Y look at The First Stone
  • Stephen Matchett looks at political biography with Bush, Blair and Howard
  • Ayn Rand uncovered – again
  • Gerard Henderson versus Brenda Niall – history and the case of Fr Hackett SJ
  • John McConnell unveils Mark Aarons’ rethink on the Australian Communist Party
  • Faith and politics – Enid Lyons as seen by Anne Henderson
  • Sandalista Watch Continues – Margaret Throsby and Haydn Keenan find ASIO under the bed
  • Media Watch on Phillip Adams. Alan Ramsey and Robert Manne’s memories

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TSI Quarterly – Issue 38

  • Stephen Matchett finds a connection between the Medicis and the NSW Right
  • Shelley Gare takes on food faddists
  • Peter Hayes on Ben Hills – gilding Graham Perkin
  • Sandalista Watch –all new expose of the sandal wearers
  • Anne Henderson on the New Deal and Amity Shlaes
  • Documentation – Gerard Henderson versus Brenda Niall
  • John Mcconnell book reviews – Blanche d’Alpuget and Paul Cleary
  • Media Watch Awards – Best of the Worst in the 2010 Election – Mark Scott, Laura Tingle, Fran Kelly, Ross Cameron, Kerry O’Brien, Peter Van Onselen, Jenna Price, Deborah Cameron, et al

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TSI Quarterly – Issue 37

  • Memoirs and memory – Gerard Henderson on historical errors in the Simons- Fraser tome
  • Helen Garner’s problem with fiction – Peter Hayes
  • What’s happening to English – Shelley Gare on style and language
  • Stephen Matchett and the Barack Obama (literary) industry
  • Anne Henderson searches for meaning from Christopher/Chris Hitchens
  • Ross Fitzgerald & Stephen Holt – Doc Evatt revived
  • John Mcconnell reviews the lives of Alan Reid and Nikki Savva
  • Pete(r) Steedman corresponds
  • Vale Jim Griffin
  • Media Watch on leftist inner-city sandal wearers versus the people – Jon Faine, Brian Costar, Judith Brett, Catherine Deveny, Jill Singer, among others

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TSI Quarterly – Issue 36

  • Groucho Complex – Shelley Gare
  • Abstinence: The Ultimate Solution to Additction – Ross Fitzgerald
  • Women, Children and Protection – Anne Henderson
  • The Great Depression in Australia from the Perspective of Today – David Gruen & Colin Clark
  • Memoir Without Empathy – John McLaren on Vincent Buckley
  • Zhao Ziyang: A Reassessment – Chin Jin
  • John McConnell reviews books on Father William Hackett & Writing History
  • Review of the Reviewers – Stephen Matchett
  • Gerard Henderson’s Media Watch on Alan Ramsey, Deborah Cameron, Michael Heyward, Rachel Ward

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TSI Quarterly – Issue 35

  • Editorial: More Money – More Jam
  • Government Debt and Australia – Hark the 1920s Call – Anne Henderson
  • Documentation – Peter Costello/ ABC’s Mark Scott
  • Menzies and Churchill at War – as Told by Auntie
  • Rogue Nation –Why Australia’s History is Not Boring – Carol Baxter
  • Women with Children – Catch 22 – Anne Henderson
  • Correspondence – with Charles Firth & David Marr
  • John McConnell reviews books on BA Santamaria & Kim Beazley
  • Review of the Reviewers – Stephen Matchett
  • Obituaries: Laurie Short & John Maynes
  • Gerard Henderson’s Media Watch targets Leigh Sales, Blanche D’Alpuget, Paul Sheehan, Fiona McGregor, Jill Singer & Stuart Littlemore

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TSI Quarterly – Issue 34

  • Editorial: Jam for Tanks
  • Dining Out with the ABC – A Warning
  • Liberals and History – Robert Menzies and Enid Lyons – Anne Henderson
  • Aboriginal Education Again – Colin Tatz
  • Looking Back from Opposition – Christopher Pyne
  • John McConnell reviews new books on Phnom Penh and the Anthony dynasty
  • Review of the Reviewers – Stephen Matchett
  • Kevin `08 – A Star don’t – Stephen Matchett
  • Robert Manne on Robert Manne
  • Gerard Henderson’s Media Watch tackles Germaine Greer (again), Bruce Elder, Catherine Deveny (again), Fran Kelly and Julian Burnside

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TSI Quarterly – Issue 33

  • Editorial: Much of the (ABC) Same
  • John Howard, “Doctors’ Wives” and Empathy – Anne Henderson
  • The Howard Government Success But Not Succession – Gerard Henderson
  •  Michelle Grattan, John Howard and a Failure of Intellectual Imagination – John Kunkel
  • “Yes Director” – An Anthropologist on the ABC Board – Ron Brunton
  • John McConnell reviews books on Wilfred Burchett and St Thomas More’s Forum Papers
  • Review of the Reviewers – Stephen Matchett
  • Amusement Corner
  • Vale Max Sandow
  • Gerard Henderson’s Media Watch tackles Julia Zemiro, Jason Koutsoukis, Phillip Adams, Rose Jackson, Paul Sheahan and Catherine Deveny

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TSI Quarterly – Issue 32

  • Editorial: The BBC and Bias
  • John Mortimer’s Look Back with Nostalgia – Anne Henderson
  • Kirstin McLiesh – 96 Per Cent for the ABC
  • George Burchett on Wilfred Burchett – Bruce Watson
  • Robert Manne – This Is Your (Academic) Life
  • Book Reviews – John McConnell peeps at Sydney and Melbourne’s financial history
  • Review of the Reviewers – Stephen Matchett
  • Vale Kenneth Gee
  • Gerard Henderson’s Media Watch tackles The Age’s Catherine Deveny, Stephen Crittenden, Anne Summers, Ray Martin and Gerard McManus

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TSI Quarterly – Issue 31

  • Kevin Rudd Prime Minister and the New Fabians
  • Facebook Faceoff – The Next Generation of Politics
  • Review of Reviewers – Stephen Matchett on political biography – John Howard and Kevin Rudd
  • Apec Under Scrutiny
  • Jack Lang, armed militias and historical hyperbole
  • Vale Leslie Caplan and Ted Florin

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TSI Quarterly – Issue 30

  • Editorial: Media Watch?
  • ABC Comedy – No Laughing Matter
  • The ABC’s New Team – Gerard Henderson
  • Islam And Australia – The Next Phase – Anne Henderson
  • Instant News In Post-Moderm World – Alan Gold
  • Book Reviews – John McConnell with Dennis Altman and David Potts
  • Where Have All The Architectural Essayists Gone? – Alice Grundy
  • Review of the Reviewers – Stephen Matchett
  • Executing Saddam – Stephen Matchett
  • Gerard Henderson’s Media Watch tackles Jacinta Tynan, the “Careys”, Liz Jackson and Stephen Mayne

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