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Where does the latest twist in the House of Hancock saga leave screenwriters?, Steven Maras , 2017 single work essay
Two Decades After Gangland, the Precariat Is Ageing and Cultural Scapegoating Thrives, Mark Davis , 2017 single work essay

'In the second of our articles examining the influential book Gangland 20 years on, its author Mark Davis reflects on the cultural landscape today.

“Has anything changed?” Two decades after I published my book Gangland: Cultural Elites and the New Generationalism, about the domination of the “generation of ‘68” in Australian cultural life, I still get asked that question.'

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