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Vol. 20 No. 1 (Autumn, 2004)
Social affairs intellectuals who equate popular support for a ‘fair go’ with egalitarianism are out of step with what ordinary Australians think ‘fairness’ means.
The multilateral trading system has been seriously weakened by four worrying trends.
International law has long had its critics. In theory, it provides an indispensable framework for the stable and orderly conduct of international relations, a framework created by states to serve their collective interests.
Off Course: From Public Place to Marketplace at Melbourne University by John Cain and John Hewitt (Scribe Publications, 2004).
Security is essential for the enjoyment of freedom in a liberal society, but this does not mean that we should accept security at any price. Preserving Liberty by Nicholas Southwood and What Price Security? by John Humphreys.
What’s Wrong With The Liberal Party? by Greg Barns (Melbourne University Press, 2003).
A consumer empowerment model of health care provides the most feasible strategy out of the current health policy reform impasse.
Corrupting the Youth: A History of Philosophy in Australia by James Franklin (Macleay Press, 2003).
BOOK REVIEW: A Perilous and Fighting Life: From Communist To Conservative,The Political Writings of Professor John Anderson
A Perilous and Fighting Life: From Communist to Conservative, The Political Writings of Professor John Anderson by Mark Weblin (Pluto Press, 2003).
Art of Creation: The Founding of The United States by Stephen C. Schlesinger (Westview Press, 2003).
The biggest problem consumers have with agricultural biotechnology is not genetic modification, but misinformation.
Orwell’s Australia: From Cold War to Culture War by Dennis Glover (Scribe Publications, 2003).
Death Sentence: The Decay of Public Language by Don Watson (Random House Australia, 2003).
Are greater use of prisons and more police work needed to reduce crime rates?
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