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    The Morrison election: What we know now

    Why did low-income voters turn to the Coalition while wealthy urbanites voted Labor?


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    Crashing to earth

    Today

    This is not what the third week of a newly elected government should feel like

    Family feud

    Politics

    A firsthand view of the nation’s new political faultlines

    Free press assault

    Today

    This Liberal government is shockingly illiberal

    The Morrison election: What we know now

    Politics

    Why did low-income voters turn to the Coalition while wealthy urbanites voted Labor?

    Albanese’s shadow ministry

    Today

    Labor faces an odd policy challenge: to have fewer policies

    Where to for Indigenous recognition from here?

    Politics

    All eyes are on Ken Wyatt in Scott Morrison’s otherwise underwhelming ministry




    The Monthly Essays

    The Morrison election: What we know now

    Why did low-income voters turn to the Coalition while wealthy urbanites voted Labor?

    Family feud

    A firsthand view of the nation’s new political faultlines

    The lie of ‘responsible gambling’

    Australia’s world-beating gambling addiction and the deception hiding it

    The case of the bouncy castle bombings

    An arson spree and a missing party-hire boss




    The Nation Reviewed

    2019 election: The shock of the new normal

    Why Morrison’s victory shouldn’t have surprised the major parties

    Hate speech isn’t freedom of speech

    Australia’s debate over free speech online must go beyond Israel Folau

    Aged care in crisis

    Stories of neglect and abuse from the royal commission

    At home in the Antarctic

    The screenwriters living with the crew of Mawson station


    Vox

    Vanishing voices

    The cultural damage of homogenising language

    Owl

    Arts & Letters

    The chthonic realms explored in Robert Macfarlane’s ‘Underland’

    Cave systems, mines, urban sewers, mycelial networks, moulins and more

    A master’s misstep: Claire Denis’ ‘High Life’

    The French auteur chooses a sci-fi film to start over-explaining things

    Seoul trained: K-pop and Blackpink

    Trying to find meaning in the carefully formulated culture of K-pop



    Noted

    ‘Animalia’ by Jean-Baptiste Del Amo The French author delivers a pastoral that turns on human cruelty By Helen Elliott

    ‘The Essential Duchamp’ at the Art Gallery of NSW A comprehensive exhibition of the 20th century’s most influential artist By Miriam Cosic

    ‘Assembly’ by Angelica Mesiti at Venice Biennale The democratic ideal is explored in the Australian Pavilion’s video installation By Julie Ewington


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