IPA Review- May 2013

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This article from the May 2013 edition of the IPA Review is written by Researcher at the IPA, James Bolt. There’s been a rapid comeback for Abraham Lincoln on the pop culture scene. He is in vogue, with Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter depicting... Read more

This article from the May 2013 edition of the IPA Review is written by student at La Trobe University, Patrick Hannaford. In 1971, Richard Nixon announced the final end of the gold standard with the line ‘we are all Keynesians now’. Whilst... Read more

This article from the May 2013 edition of the IPA Review is written by Research Fellow at the IPA, Julie Novak. Last month one of the iconic figures of twentieth-century classical liberalism, James McGill Buchanan, passed away aged... Read more

This article from the May 2013 edition of the IPA Review is written by Director of the Deregulation Unit at the IPA, Alan Moran. When politicians want to bury bad news they announce it at a time when nobody is listening. Wayne Swan did this on... Read more

This article from the May 2013 edition of the IPA Review is written by Director of Policy at the IPA, Chris Berg. In 1953 a bitter Bertolt Brecht wrote, ‘Would it not be easier / In that case for the government / To dissolve the people / And... Read more

This article from the May 2013 edition of the IPA Review is written by Editor James Paterson. Canada’s successful effort to repeal laws that curtail freedom of speech demonstrates that restoring free speech is possible, but far from guaranteed.... Read more