Khighthoods restored and defended
Written by ACM   
Sunday, 06 April 2014
''Perhaps it is because the public is no longer actively hostile towards the monarchy,'' writes Damien Freeman in The Spectator Australia,5 April 2014 , ''in the way it was fleetingly in the 1990s, that the critical response from the political class, the fourth estate and the intelligentsia has taken the form of ridicule rather than condemnation, as it would have in Howard’s day.''
Damien Freeman was a researcher wiht ACM during the referendum and now teaches at Oxford. Damien Freeman’s forthcoming books include an edited collection, Figuring Out Figurative Art: Contemporary Philosophers on Contemporary Paintings (Acumen, 2014) and a family memoir, The Aunt’s Mirrors (Brandl & Schlesinger, 2014).