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Vol. 10 No. 2 (Winter, 1994)
The importance of there being no impediments to action.
In many areas of the economy much reform is still required.
Rapid growth of the money supply suggests it might.
The value of property rights lies in their ability to coordinate plans, and to allow resources to be used or conserved in the manner most valued by real persons. Seeking justice for Aborigines.
The government fails to make necessary reforms to the industrial relations system.
Editorial for Policy Magazine Winter 1994.
The High Court takes steps to protect freedom of expression.
Economic culture influences the form capitalism takes.
A Decade of Shann Memorial Lectures 1981-1990 and the Australian Economy edited by M.A.B Siddique (Academic Press International, Singapore, 1993.)
The government’s other agendas reduced viewers’ TV choices.
Making Democracy Work: Civic Traditions in Modern Italy by Robert D. Putnam, Robert Leonardi and Raffaella Y. Nanetti (Princeton University Press, 1993.)
Challenging Thomas Sowell’s comment, It is difficult today even to conceive of the world of Britain in 1944 in which The Road to Serfdom was published.
Economic Rationalism: Dead End or Way Forward? edited by Stephen King and Peter Lloyd (Allen and Unwin, Sydney, 1993.)
Liberalism edited by Richard J. Arneson (Edward Elgar, Aldershot, 1992.)
Rethinking Theory by Richard Freadman and Seumas Miller (Cambridge University Press, Melbourne, 1992.)
Sociological Theory and Educational Reality: Education & Society in Australia since 1949 by Alan Barcan (UNSW Press, Sydney 1993.)
The Rule of Law in a Penal Colony: Law and Power in Early New South Wales by David Neal (Cambridge University Press, 1992.)
The market system, in one form or another, has been a feature of civilisation throughout the ages.
Adam Smith in His Time and Ours by Jerry Z. Muller (The Free Press, New York, 1993.)
The Loss of Virtue: Moral Confusion and Social Disorder in Britain and America edited by Digby Anderson (IEAD, The Social Affairs Unit, London, 1992.)
The Australian Economy in the Japanese Mirror edited by Kyoko Sheridan (University of Queensland Press, 1992.)
Rafe’s Round-Up for Winter 1994.
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