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John Lander Browne’s hillside house at Church Point might have been Sydney’s first notable postwar interpretation of Frank Lloyd Wright’s organic principles. Max Dupain (c.1948)

How the ‘Sydney School’ changed postwar Australian architecture

Sydney Schools weren't actually schools, but houses that embraced the native Australian landscape, and reacted to international modernism.
Too many people are spurning democracy and being seduced by propaganda, fake news and political strongmen. This First World War poster shows a giant Gibson Girl as the symbol of democracy, punching a German soldier resembling Hindenburg. (Shutterstock)

Our faith in information is faltering when we most need facts

Many citizens are searching for certainty and control in uncertain times. But that means too many are spurning democracy and being seduced by fake news and political strongmen. Democracy needs our help.

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