IPA Review-January 2014

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This article from the January 2014 edition of the IPA Review is by Researcher at the IPA, James Bolt. Once someone discovers they can repeat words really well, and that they can engage an audience with their repetition, they call themselves an... Read more

This article from the January 2014 edition of the IPA Review is by Research Fellow at the IPA, Richard Allsop. There is no doubt that Nick Greiner was one of the best premiers of any Australian state in the second half of the twentieth... Read more

This article from the January 2014 edition of the IPA Review is by Director of Policy at the IPA, Chris Berg. Enthusiasts of Ancient Roman history have long been struck by a peculiar absence. As David Hume wrote, ‘I do not remember a passage... Read more

This article from the January 2014 edition of the IPA Review is by Research Scholar with the IPA, Stephanie Forrest. The education minister Christopher Pyne has promised to review the Gillard Government’s National History Curriculum. But the... Read more

This article from the January 2014 edition of the IPA Review is by Research Fellow at the IPA, Dr Julie Novak. In October every year a group of non-profits and social reformers commemorate ‘Anti-Poverty Week’, to raise awareness of poverty... Read more

This article from the January 2014 edition of the IPA Review is by Director of Policy at the IPA, Chris Berg. A great idea can change the world. But so can a terrible one. And all ideas need their advocates. In this list we’ve chosen the dirty... Read more

This article from the January 2014 edition of the IPA Review is by Editor James Paterson. Two articles in this edition of the IPA Review appear to be starkly contradictory. On the one hand, the IPA’s Julie Novak writes on page 12 that... Read more