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Vol. 21 No. 1 (Autumn, 2005)
Housing has become less afforable, but policy changes could alleviate the problem.
Arab tribalism is a drag on development and reform.
Beware of further study mature workers.
Human Accomplishment: The Pursuit of Excellence in the Arts and Sciences, 800 B.C. to 1950 by Charles Murray (Harper Collins Publishers, 2003).
The free market, rather than the centralised bureaucracy, should decide what children learn at school and how they learn it.
Religious vilification laws are diminishing freedom of speech.
Understanding the pyschological and sociological state of Western Muslims will help integrate society and avoid terrorism.
Susan Windybank speaks Robert Kagan about his controversial thesis and America’s role in the world.
Prudence has an important place in foreign policy.
Rationalising international property rights across borders will promote creativity and prosperity worldwide: A reply to Kimberlee Weatherall’ article ‘Locked in: Australia Gets a Bad Intellectual Property Deal’ in Policy Summer 2005.
Family Matters: Family Breakdown and its consequences by Patricia Morgan (New Zealand Business Roundtable, 2004).
The Case For an Australian Bill of Rights: Freedom in the War on Terror by George Williams (UNSW Press, 2004).
Well May We Say: The Speeches That Made Australia by Sally Warhaft (Black Inc, 2004).
The Geopolitics of East Asia: The Search for Equilibrium by Robyn Lim (Routledge, 2003).
BOOK REVIEW: The Escape From Hunger and Premature Death, 1700-2100: Europe, America and the Third World
Eric Rodjo Ralph
The Escape from Hunger and Premature Death, 1700-2100: Europe, America and the Third World by Robert William Fogel (Cambridge University Press, 2004).
BOOK REVIEW: Finishing the Job: Real-world Policy Solutions in Health, Housing, Education and Transport
Finishing the Job: Real-World Policy Solutions in Health, Housing, Education and Transport by Joshua Gans and Stephen King (Melbourne University Press, 2003).
Peter van Onselen
The Persuaders: Inside the Hidden Machine of Political Advertising by Sally Young (Pluto Press, 2004).
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