Archived publication for 1998 in IPA Review article
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The Odd Bedfellows of Economic Nationalism

IPA REVIEW ARTICLE | Lyndon Rowe

Apparently antogonistic minor political parties have very similar economic views. A look at the 'fear of the foreign'.

Why Not a Flat Tax?

IPA REVIEW ARTICLE | Daniel J. Mitchell

Would you like your tax return to be able to fit on a postcard? Here's how- with a lot of other advantages.

Used Anglicans

IPA REVIEW ARTICLE | Kevin Donnelly

The Australian Education Union and the Anglican Synod Report.

Codes on Conduct Are Good for NGOs Too

IPA REVIEW ARTICLE | Anthony Adair

Those who seek improvement in others should remember that sauce for the goose is sauce for the gander...NGOs, no less than commercial enterprises, have to earn their role in society.

Cultural Pluralism: The Case for Benign Neglect

IPA REVIEW ARTICLE | Michael James

Australia's underlying social norms have proved to be powerful agents of social intergration. By contrast, official multiculturalism is widely distrusted.

Country Towns

IPA REVIEW ARTICLE | John Hyde

The problem for decling small country towns are growing bigger towns. Consumer preference, armed with better cars and better roads, is the real 'villain' of the piece.

Farming - Commercial Realities and Snake Oil Remedies

IPA REVIEW ARTICLE | David Trebeck

It is far from all doom and gloom down on the farm. A look at who is doing well and why. In the Misdst of stories of declining country towns, cuts to services and rural distress, it is easy to overlook the signs of health and success in Australian...

Editorial, September 1998

IPA REVIEW ARTICLE | Michael Warby

Politics is inherently a flawed business. Which is why it should be resorted to sparingly.

From the Executive Director - Missing Direction

IPA REVIEW ARTICLE | Mike Nahan

Neither side of politics has attempted to address seriously Australia's chronic savings problem. This is a major failure of national leadership

Life as a Problem

IPA REVIEW ARTICLE | Gary Johns

If governments offer themselves as solutions to life's problems, they will end up being blamed for the problem. This can undermine the viability of governing.

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