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Vale the chastely behaved Christopher Pearson, from one who knew him

Crikey readers have their say on the issues of the day.

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Vale Christopher Pearson, God’s Maoist

Christopher Pearson was many things; a commentator for The Australian, a long luncher, an Adelaide Cheshire cat, a committed Maoist, a comeback Catholic. We remember Pearson, who died last weekend.

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Literary Adelaide the scene of a journos’ dust-up

There is a dust-up in literary Adelaide, with leading editorial contributors to the Adelaide Review severing its connections with the publication amid disputes over payment.

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Tony Abbott’s honeymoon, as told by Tony Abbott

Guy Rundle shares his favourite passages from Tony Abbott’s new autobiography, Battlelines.

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The Howard Government’s record of political appointments

The propensity to make controversial appointments to positions of authority in public agencies was one of the more contentious habits of the Howard government, writes Rebecca Harrison.

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Small ‘l’ liberalism is the new black

It’s official! Small l liberalism is the new black. The Liberal leadership contest is being conducted in a surprisingly civil way. It looks as if it will be decided on merit. People from the backrooms are staying mum. Everyone is being very polite. So polite that no one will talk about Malcolm Turnbull and money.

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