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Question 1: Co-editors of the London version were Jim Anderson and, later, ________.
Felix DennisUK undergroundBonzo Dog Doo-Dah BandOz (magazine)

Question 2: Co-editors of the Sydney version were Richard Walsh and ________.
Arthur Brown (musician)Oz (magazine)Martin SharpRichard Neville (writer)

Question 3: Sharp gradually drifted away from the magazine during 1968, so a young Londoner, ________, who had been selling issues on the street, was eventually brought in as Neville and Anderson's new partner.
Bonzo Dog Doo-Dah BandFelix DennisOz (magazine)UK underground

Question 4: It was just a totally obvious ________."[5]
DefamationHazingFair commentFalse light

Question 5: Bill Elliot and the Elastic Oz Band: benefit single for Oz at the time of its UK obscenity trial; ________ and Yoko Ono credited as songwriters and producers
Paul McCartneyJohn LennonThe BeatlesCynthia Lennon

Question 6: Walsh became a magazine editor with ________'s Australian Consolidated Press organisation and eventually rose to become its senior publisher.
Richard Pratt (Australian businessman)Kerry PackerFrank PackerRupert Murdoch

Question 7: The first edition, published on April Fool's Day 1963, caused a sensation; it parodied ________ (and was even printed on The Herald's own presses, adding to its credibility).
The Sydney Morning HeraldFairfax MediaThe AgeIllawarra Mercury

Question 8: Strongly identified as part of the underground press, it was the subject of two celebrated ________ trials, one in Australia in 1964 and the other in the UK in 1971.
ObscenityPornographySexual revolutionBDSM

Question 9: On both occasions the magazine's editors were acquitted on ________ after initially being found guilty and sentenced to harsh jail terms.
Common lawAppealJuryLawsuit

Question 10: In the 1970s he edited POL magazine and the Nation Review and later became managing director of leading Australian media company Australian Consolidated Press, owned by ________.
Frank PackerRupert MurdochRichard Pratt (Australian businessman)Kerry Packer
















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