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Public Address 21/12/05 - Creative Indigestion

PUBLIC ADDRESS 21/12/05 - Creative Indigestion

Creative Indigestion | Dec 21, 2005 11:31
Russell Brown's Hard News

In Sunday's Star Times, Kim Knight wrote a feature on the apparent persistence of sexist advertising. It reads a bit like the editors decided it'd be a good topic before they went out and tested the hypothesis, because most of the examples are frankly tenuous...,

But Turkey's Fine | Dec 20, 2005 17:52
David Slack on his own account

The Guardian dubbed Cindy Baxter the antipodean scourge of the oil companies. She acquired that reputation by locking horns with Shell in Nigeria, running the StopEsso campaign, taking on BP in Colombia and generally raising hell with the Seven Sisters...,


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