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Vol.32 No. 4 (Summer, 2016)
It shouldn’t matter who the American president is.
Constitutionalised welfare rights are a utopian nightmare.
Private insurers can help improve road safety if given the right incentives.
Health Innovation Communities are a politically viable pathway to long overdue reform.
Cut the company tax rate to boost near-record low investment.
David Martin Jones
Pragmatism is key to evaluating trade options for post-Brexit Britain.
Microcredit has been a triumph of rhetoric over reality.
The theological claims of religion must be taken seriously if we are to establish whether a given faith is likely to support a free society.
Ian Hancock’s Tom Hughes QC: A Cab on the Rank
William Coleman (ed), Only in Australia:
The History, Politics and Economics of Australian Exceptionalism
By Hugh Mackay
Dr Mark J. Walland
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