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The Herald Sun's Serena Williams cartoon was shocking in its hearkening back to century-old Jim Crow-style imagery, but not exactly surprising: there is something like that in the paper all the time. Because, in Australia, if no offense is intended, none can be taken, writes Australian novelist Max Barry.


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