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Issue Details: First known date: 2019... 2019 Bruny Review : Heather Rose’s New Book Has a Sense of Place yet Taps into Global Unease
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'When in 2017 Nordstrom began selling US$425 jeans (A$620) covered in fake mud, it seemed the long prophesied “late stage capitalism” had finally arrived. Suddenly the phrase itself was everywhere from Reddit to Twitter and applied to every freakish story about excessive consumption or corporate perfidy.' (Introduction)

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