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This article from the August 2012 edition of the IPA Review is by Researcher at the IPA, Peter Gregory. The United States of America. The Land of the Free. Life, Liberty and the Pursuit of Happiness. Washington. Jefferson. Lincoln. This is the... Read more

This article from the August 2012 edition of the IPA Review is by Director of Policy at the IPA, Chris Berg. Few recent social science books have arrived with as much acclaim as Jonathan Haidt’s The Righteous Mind: Why Good People are Divided... Read more

This article from the August 2012 edition of the IPA Review is by Executive Director of the IPA, John Roskam. This is a marvellous book. It has many things to recommend it. A list of the book’s many merits would go something like this (in order... Read more

This article from the August 2012 edition of the IPA Review is by Perth-based writer, Kyle Kutasi. Wall Street is better known for a different quote, yet this line would be a perfect epithet for the life and times of Jack Abramoff, the K Street... Read more

This article from the August 2012 edition of the IPA Review is by Researcher with the IPA, James Bolt. With the federal government finally forecasting Australia’s first surplus since the global financial crisis (GFC) hit, it is interesting to... Read more

This article from the August 2012 edition of the IPA Review is by Research Fellow at the IPA, Richard Allsop. Penguin is producing an eight-volume history of Europe from antiquity to the end of the 20th century. Interestingly, the works are not... Read more

This article from the August 2012 edition of the IPA Review is by Director of Climate Policy and the Free Trade and Intellectual Property units at the IPA, Tim Wilson. One of the great strengths of American society has been its social mobility.... Read more

This article from the August 2012 edition of the IPA Review is by Director of the North Australia Project at the IPA, John Shipp. Rabbi Dr Shimon Cowen studies the most fundamental question of both ancient and modern political philosophy: should... Read more

This article from the August 2012 edition of the IPA Review is by Melbourne-based writer, Dr Jennifer Oriel. Like many a journalist past, Nick Cohen has raised the battle flag against censors. The reason is simple; people who love language should... Read more

This article from the August 2012 edition of the IPA Review is by Researcher for the North Australia Project at the IPA, Fiona Tracey. Dams have been off the policy agenda in Australia for at least the last two decades. In fear of a backlash from... Read more

This article from the August 2012 edition of the IPA Review is by former editor of the IPA Review, Andrew McIntyre. A very timely new book from America, Left Turn: How Liberal Media Bias Distorts the American Mind by Tim Groseclose, confirms what... Read more

This article from the August 2012 edition of the IPA Review is by Journalist with 'The Australian', Christian Kerr. As the polls plunge and a tide of sleaze threatens the government, Labor has responded with a storm of class war rhetoric unseen... Read more

This article from the August 2012 edition of the IPA Review is by Researcher with the IPA, Peter Gregory. This observation from a Kenyan mother describes in a nutshell why millions of parents in slums across the developing world choose to forego... Read more

This article from the August 2012 edition of the IPA Review is by recent IPA guest and author of 'The Delinquent Teenager Who Was Mistaken for the World's Top Climate Expert', Donna Laframboise . When I set out to research climate change three... Read more

This article from the August 2012 edition of the IPA Review is by Journalist with 'The Australian', Christian Kerr. Watch the Greens. Watch them very carefully. Bob Brown’s retirement does not mean the party is over. Rather, Brown has executed... Read more

This article from the August 2012 edition of the IPA Review is by Editor James Paterson. Since when did ideology become a bad thing? It seems like the last thing modern politicians want to be accused of is an ideological approach to policy. In... Read more