Before newspapers were ravaged by the digital age, they were a powerful force. From the first print magnate in 1803 - a convict who became a wealthy bank owner – to today’s media landscape dominated by a handful of empires and powerful family dynasties, these “Paper Emperors” have influenced policy-making, lobbied and shaped internal party politics.
Museum of Australian Democracy: House of Representatives
House of Representatives, MoAD, 18 King George Terrace, Parkes, ACT 2600
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