IPA Review Autumn 2021

IPA Review – Autumn 2021

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Not On The Level

Climate science is all at sea if the ‘experts’ won’t admit what they simply don’t know, argues journalist and Norfolk Island resident Susan Prior. If you want to gain some perspective on life, the globe and our place in it, there’s no... Read more
Once Was Woolier

Historian Keith Hancock’s classic work from 1930, "Australia", provides solid grounds from which to assess our nation’s past and present economic and social problems, writes Richard Allsop. In 1930, young historian W.K. Hancock published a... Read more
Our Most Sacred Day

This article from the Autumn 2021 edition of the IPA Review is written by theologian and historian, John Moses. That there is something undeniably religious about Anzac Day ceremonies should not surprise the attentive reader and politically... Read more
The Weird Obsession With Freedom

This is the editorial from the Autumn 2021 edition of the IPA Reviewby Editor of the IPA Review, Scott Hargreaves. A Table of Contents can viewed here. IPA Members receive a print edition and online versions of articles are progressively released in... Read more
Labor Must Keep The Faith

This article from the Autumn 2021 edition of the IPA Review is written by Labor stalwart, Michael Easson. The history of the ALP at the national level is one long lesson in humility. More often defeated than victorious, glorious in government... Read more