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Vol. 14 No. 1 (Autumn, 1998)
Past successes and future prospects.
A rights-based approach to privatising fisheries.
The Mother of all environmental scares.
How to Win the Constitutional War and Give Both Sides What They Want by Tony Abbott (Australians for Constitutional Monarchy in association with Wakefield Press, 1997.)
In practice unanimity of will in the political sphere does not occur, making the reach of authority problematic.
Christopher Lingle speaks to Charles Richardson about the 1997-1998 Financial events in East Asia and their underlying causes.
POLICY Autumn 1998 Editorial
Large-scale bureaucracies have difficulty providing highly personalised services; not just for reasons of their size but also because governments are obliged to treat their citizens equally.
The New Golden Rule: Community and Morality in a Democratic Society by Amitai Etzioni (Basic Books, 1996.)
Peter Swan AO
Its causes and likely impact on Australia.
Rooting Democracy: Growing the Society We Want by Moira Rayner (Allen & Unwin, 1997.)
Turning Point: The State of Australia and New Zealand edited by Christopher Sheil (The Evatt Foundation and Allen & Unwin, 1997.)
Ronald Reagan: How an Ordinary Man Became an Extraordinary Leader by Dinesh D’Souza (The Free Press, 1997.)
Rafe’s Round-Up for POLICY Magazine Autumn 1998.
Feminist Amnesia: The Wake of Women’s Liberation by Jean Curthoys (Routledge, 1997.)
An Introduction to the Thought of Karl Popper by Roberta Corvi (Routledge, 1997.)
Over time, more and more economists have found the Social Welfare Function’ approach to be simply inconceivable in real-time politics.
Conservation Strategies for New Zealand edited by Peter Hartley (New Zealand Business Roundtable, 1997.)
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