Bruce Page

Bruce Page is the author of Murdoch Archipelago (Simon & Schuster, 2003) and books that deal with espionage, American politics, financial corruption and aviation safety.

His initial training in journalism was at the Melbourne Herald. He led the investigative team at The Sunday Times, London and edited New Statesman.


Delusion without variation

EssayRUPERT MURDOCH, HIS father, Keith – and in prospect his sons – are best understood as freelance official propagandists. This is the central argument of my book The Murdoch Archipelago (Simon & Schuster, 2003). Like the condottieri who undermined...

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