Media Coverage July 19 2017

Media Coverage July 19 2017

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Dr Bella d’Abrera was quoted in The Herald Sun in an article about the IPA’s most recent video on the origins of the Eureka Stockade.

“The battle that won Australians the right to vote was a revolt against higher taxes,”

“If we want to understand Australia’s success as a modern nation, as one of the world’s oldest continuous democracies, we must look back to the origins of our institutions.”

To view the full article click here.

The IPA has produced three films for its Foundations of Western Civilisation Program, you can view these here.


Brett Hogan was quoted in The Adelaide Advertiser in a article about the Greens attempt to suppress debate on nuclear waste facilities in South Australia.

“Thirty countries consider uranium to be a commercial energy product and 55 countries use it for research, but in Australia where we’ve got 30 per cent of the world’s uranium, we’re not allowed to talk about it,”

“Any law that prohibits the development of a new industry, let alone one that can provide electricity, is a bad law.”

To view the full article click here



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