A Fair Go for Australian Culture Abroad

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Victor Kline

Here we are, in the twenty-first century, in a small outpost of the Empire. Does it matter that we have the smartest and the most talented population on earth? Does it help us that we have, per capita, the most creative people and the finest minds that perhaps have ever existed? No it does not! Not if we remain unspoken and unheard. Not if all that we express is swamped and washed away by the rele

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About the author

Victor Kline started his working life as Sydney's youngest barrister. He is now Editor of the Federal Court Reports, and an award winning playwright, director and actor who has worked extensively in theatre in Sydney and off Broadway in New York. He is also author of the novel Rough Justice and the bestselling memoir The House at Anzac Parade. His new novel The Story of the Good American is publishing shortly.