Archived publication for 2006
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Polar Bear Politics: Underestimating the survival capacity of one popular bear

IPA REVIEW ARTICLE | Jennifer Marohasy

Are polar bears really threatened by global warming or are they being opportunistically exploited by scientists and activists to sell a particularly bleak and brittle story of their iconic status?

Lessons we can draw from Mad Max

IPA REVIEW ARTICLE | Alan Moran

Throughout history, Western Civilisation has had no monopoly over notions of property rights, freedom to trade and the rule of law.

'Parental Socialism': Regulators tiptoe into the candy store

IPA REVIEW ARTICLE | Julie Novak

Government must be small and circumspect if society is to avert the tendency towards 'parental socialism'.

The Classless Cobbett

IPA REVIEW ARTICLE

Andrew Kemp reviews 'The Life and Adventures of William Cobbett'.

Editorial and Table of Contents

IPA REVIEW ARTICLE

The GST: Good try but no banana

IPA REVIEW ARTICLE | Mike Nahan

The GST's prognosis is not good.

Xenotourism: Will your next trip overseas be for a new kidney?

IPA REVIEW ARTICLE | Peter De Luca

A growing number of Australians have realised that their only option for a potential life-saving medicine cure lies halfway across the world.

Academics keep left

IPA REVIEW ARTICLE | Rohan D'Souza

Academia is a natural career choice for dedicated left-wing graduates. University is a safe harbour for high-achievers who are reluctant to 'sell-ou' to the corporate monolith.

Bureaucratic ego and Aboriginal unemployment

IPA REVIEW ARTICLE | Tony Cutcliffe

The failure of policy from all shades and levels of government is obvious to any person with even the most superficial appreciation of the dynamics of Aboriginal Australia.

Around The Tanks

IPA REVIEW ARTICLE

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