IPA Review - August 2019 - IPA - The Voice For Freedom

IPA Review – August 2019

Featured Articles

Book Reviews

All Review Articles

(This article by David Furse-Roberts first appeared in the August 2019 edition of the IPA Review). The colonisation and development of modern Australia represented one of the great projects of British liberalism. The liberal tradition... Read more

(This article by Rowan Webb first appeared in the August 2019 edition of the IPA Review). We are living in the age of disruption, argues Canada’s 22nd Prime Minister Stephen J. Harper. In what appears to be a near prerequisite in... Read more

This article from the August 2019 IPA Review is by IPA Research Fellow, Andrew Bushnell In its 12-17 April edition, the British political magazine New Statesman published an interview with the renowned philosopher Sir Roger Scruton,... Read more

  This article by James Bolt appeared in the August 2019 IPA Review We live in divided times, but I always thought the one thing that could unite us all was our shared love of dodgeball. It demonstrates all that is life—the... Read more

This article from the August 2019 IPA Review is by IPA Adjunct Fellow, Chris Berg Suddenly, we live in a world of policy dilemmas around social media, digital platforms, personal data, and digital privacy. Voices on both sides of... Read more

This article from the August 2019 IPA Review is by IPA Research Fellow, Morgan Begg Despite the prevalence of religious liberty in Western political culture, its origins are a matter of continuing confusion. An ambitious and original... Read more

Reviving wage growth requires supply-side measures including economic liberalisation. (This article first appeared in the August 2019 edition of the IPA Review). The collapse to the supply-side of Australia’s economy has been caused by two... Read more

This article from the August 2019 IPA Review is by IPA Research Fellow, Kurt Wallace On 27 December 2016, just under a month before his inauguration, Donald Trump tweeted: “The world was gloomy before I won—there was no hope. Now... Read more