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Greer reacts to the 'badging' by The Australian newspaper of her essay, originally commissioned by The Times (London) and re-published by The Australian under the banner 'Slack and Insufferable'. She also takes issue with the negative reaction of Australians, including the Prime Minister, John Howard, to the thoughts expressed in the essay.

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