We may have been just one day out from the budget, but feedback from yesterday's edition of Crikey was firmly focused on other areas: Glenn Dyer and Bernard Keane's condemnation of the new AMP chair's comments on corporate culture, and Matthew Lesh's piece on Karl Marx. If you missed either, check them out below and add your own thoughts. We read and meaningfully consider all feedback.


Re: Glenn Dyer and Bernard Keane's "New AMP chair’s views on regulation living proof of Godwin’s Law"

John Richardson writes: David Murray’s claim that it’s not possible to “regulate” culture is simply nonsense. A commonly accepted definition of culture is simply “the way we do things around here”.