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Chris Mitchell is an Australian journalist and is editor-in-chief of The Australian. He began his career on the former afternoon tabloid, The Telegraph, in 1973 and after working on The Townsville Bulletin, the Daily Telegraph and the Australian Financial Review, became editor of The Australian in 2003. The Australian is owned by News Corporation.
Total Books: 56
In 1996, the newspaper he edited at the time, The Courier-Mail, claimed that the prominent Australian historian, Manning Clark, had been awarded the Order of Lenin. This claim was later shown to be false.
In a speech given in Adelaide on 20 February 2006, Clive Hamilton (director of The Australia Institute) identifies Mitchell as one of Australia's climate change "dirty dozen", a group of climate change skeptic with considerable influence over Australian Government policy (others are : Hugh Morgan, John Eyles, Ron Knapp, Alan Oxley, Peter Walsh, Meg McDonald, Barry Jones , Ian MacFarlane, Alan Moran, Malcolm Broomhead, and John Howard).