Institute of Public Affairs Review: A Quarterly Review of Politics and Public Affairs, The

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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...

2015
Hogan, Brett

Australia's mining industry could lift millions out of poverty, writes Brett Hogan....

2015
Berg, Chris

We are constantly looking for our origins, in the hope they will hint at our future. It should be a concern that few Australian universities offer British history to undergraduates, writes Chris Berg.

2015
Bernstein, Eli

The recent shooting at the 'Draw Mohammad' event in Texas, like the Charlie Hebdo attacks in Paris a few months earlier, raises important questions about where the limits of free speech should be drawn, or whether they should be drawn at all....

2015
Le Guen, Aline

For decades, left-wing historians have persistently maintained that the Great War was a series of mistakes and was ultimately meaningless. Author Mervyn F. Bendle's latest book explores the origins of such thinking, writes Aline Le Guen...

2015
Allsop, Richard

For forty years, libertarianism has been an important voice in public debate, explains Richard Allsop.

2015
Allen, Darcy

Review(s) of: The age of cryptocurrency: How bitcoin and digital money are challenging the global economic order, by Paul Vigna and Michael J. Casey. St Martin's Press, 2015, 368 pages...

2015
Allen, Darcy

Political entrepreneurs are finding ways to break the strong relationship between regulators and the industries controlling them, writes Darcy Allen, and in doing so are paving the way to a freer market

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