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2015
Novak, Mikayla

Review(s) of: The libertarian mind: A manifesto for freedom, by David Boaz. Simon & Schuster, 2015, 432 pages

2015
Berg, Chris

Ten years ago in September 2005, the Danish newspaper 'Jyllands-Posten' published twelve cartoons and sparked what the Danish prime minister described as the worst crisis in Danish foreign policy since the Second World War....

2015
Allsop, Richard

Review(s) of: Dick Hamer: The liberal Liberal, By Tim Colebatch. Scribe, 2014, 520 pages

2015
Gregory, Peter

Only the 'right' kind of people should be allowed to help others. By Peter Gregory...

2015
Forrest, Stephanie

Review(s) of: The Churchill factor: How one man made history, by Boris Johnson. Riverhead Books, 2014, 416 pages

2015
Bolt, James

Review(s) of: Revolution, by Russell Brand. Random House, 2014, 350 pages

2015
Roskam, John
Berg, Chris

In this excerpt from the IPA's publication 'Magna Carta: the Tax Revolt that gave us Liberty' Chris Berg and John Roskam explain why the Magna Carta still matters today...

2015
Gregory, Peter

The free market is both tacit acknowledgement that tolerance is necessary in human relationships and also a mechanism to facilitate it, writes Peter Gregory

2015
Grant, James

The Pope's recent encyclical on Climate Change is not set in stone. It can be challenged, argues Father James Grant...

2015
Pandel, Hannah
Forrest, Stephanie

Australia's National Curriculum is a political exercise, write Hannah Pandel and Stephanie Forrest...

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