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Steger reports on a dispute between Quarterly Essay's publisher, Morry Schwartz, and its editor, Peter Craven over the issue of joint authorship of issue no.13 of the journal. The conflict resulted in Craven's dismissal as editor.

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Alternative title: Editor Gets Sack Over Refugee Essay Row
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    y separately published work icon The Age 19 February 2004 Z1098903 2004 newspaper issue 2004 pg. 3
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    y separately published work icon The Sydney Morning Herald 19 February 2004 Z1098905 2004 newspaper issue 2004 pg. 3
    Note: Abridged version, with title: Editor Gets Sack Over Refugee Essay Row.
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