The new censorship: a campaign against arts funding?

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Was the police raid on Paul Yore's Linden Centre exhibition really the start of a right-wing campaign against arts funding?
Was the police raid on Paul Yore's Linden Centre exhibition the start of a right-wing campaign against arts funding?

When Melbourne artist Paul Yore set out to participate in an exhibition called Like Mike Now What??, he can't have realised that he would end up at the centre of the most significant art censorship controversy since the Bill Henson scandal of 2008.

Ben Eltham

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