- Dissent (Australian magazine)
Dissent Editor Kenneth Davidson and Lesley Vick Categories News magazine Frequency 3 issues per annum First issue 2000 Company Dissent Publications Pty Ltd (ABN 87 089 625 490) Country Australia Language Australian English Website dissent.com.au ISSN 1443-2102
Dissent (rendered on the masthead as D!ssent) is an Australian national magazine devoted to the analysis of politics, economics and issues in Australian society in general. It is published three times a year in Yarralumla, ACT Australia. The Co-editors are Kenneth Davidson and Lesley Vick. Kenneth Davidson also has a weekly column with the Melbourne broadsheet newspaper 'The Age'.
The magazine has no formal ties with any political party or group but as stated on its website the content reflects the Editors' views which dissent from the prevailing orthodoxy that the welfare state should be cut back in favour of economic efficiency and unfettered individual liberty.
Contributors have included Andrew Wilkie, Beatrice Faust, Marilyn Lake, Brian Walters, John Quiggin, David Hill, Barry Jones, Kerry Nettle, Mark Diesendorf, Don Aitkin, Evan Whitton, Mick Dodson, James Jupp, John Langmore
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