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Vol. 23 No. 1 (Autumn, 2007)
The Baby Bonus is an expensive way to alleviate a fertility decline that need not concern us.
Australia’s water management is still leading the way, even in drought.
Where migrants come from can tell us something about how they might fit in.
Australians have preferred a protective form of liberty.
A classical liberal party can have influence without election victory.
More than three decades of wisdom from the late champion of liberty, culled from the pages of reason.
Is there a constituency for classical liberal or libertarian politics?
The Labor leader is relying on an old and discredited view of communal life in a market society.
Multi-party European parliaments provide a place for distinctively liberal parties.
School choice causes controversy, even among its supporters.
Political and social problems in Columbia created opportunities for illegal drug production, explains similar Francisco E Thoumi. Similar conditions in Papau New Guinea mean that it could follow the Columbian path, warns Susan Windybank.
The Looming Tower: Al-Quaeda and the Road to 9/11 by Lawrence Wright (Allen Lane, 2006).
Aboriginal Affairs 1967-2005: Seeking a Solution by Max Griffiths (Rosenberg Press, 2006).
Murder in Amsterdam: The Death of Theo van Gogh and the Limits of Tolerance by Ian Buruma (Atlantic Books, 2006).
What Price Security? Taking Stock of Australia’s Anti-Terror Laws by Andrew Lynch and George Williams (UNSW Press, 2006).
BOOK REVIEW: Reviving the Invisible Hand: The Case for Classical Liberalism in the Twenty First Century
Reviving the Invisible Hand: The case for classical liberalism in the twenty first century by Deepak Lal (Princeton University Press, 2006).
The Conservative Soul: How We Lost It, How To Get It Back by Andrew Sullivan (Harper Collins, 2006).
Editorial for POLICY Magazine Autumn 2007.
The Economics of Attention: Style and Substance In The Age of Information by Richard A Lanham (The University of Chicago, 2006).
The ACCC and Pay TV.
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