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Question 1: By the 1940s The Bulletin was regarded as a sad relic, filled with racist and ________ bile, and with political commentary so right-wing as to seem almost comic.
The HolocaustAntisemitismJewsRacial antisemitism

Question 2: It was influential in ________ and politics from about 1890 until World War I, the period when it was identified with the "Bulletin school" of Australian literature.
Culture of AustraliaArchitecture of AustraliaMelbourneMusic of Australia

Question 3: Its politics were nationalist, anti-imperialist, protectionist, insular, racist, republican, ________ and masculist - but not socialist.
Immanuel KantAnti-clericalismDavid HumeRed Terror (Spain)

Question 4: It mercilessly ridiculed colonial governors, capitalists, snobs and social climbers, the ________, feminists and prohibitionists.

Question 5: They published it "in conjunction with" ________, which was usually found as a separate section within the magazine.
NewsweekForeign PolicySlate (magazine)Reader's Digest

Question 6: It ran savagely racist cartoons attacking Chinese, Indians, Japanese and Jews, and mocking ________.
MelanesiaIndigenous AustraliansIndigenous Australian musicNorfolk Island

Question 7: It upheld trade unionism, Australian independence, advanced ________ and White Australia.
AuthoritarianismDemocracyGottfried LeibnizJohn Locke


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