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Evatt Journal Vol. 4

Vol. 4, No. 3

News & views

Progressive punishment?

This year's report on The state of the states has been beefed-up. Published in a quality paperback form, in addition to the annual League Table, the report features substantive analysis of state government policies in corrective services, by Mark Findlay, education, by Tony Vinson, health, by Paul Fitzgerald & Graham Larcombe, and child protection, by Stephen Rix. Read this piece based on the corrective services chapter by Mark Findlay, who argues that the present psychological prison may be counter-productive. More

Vol. 4, No. 2

News & views

Latham's stand

The full 'troops home by Christmas' speech. More

Australia's foreign policy

National security has more than one-dimension, says Andrew Hewitt. More

Embrace multilateralism, argues Brendan Lim. More

Labour movement

Ditch anti-union laws, argues Geoffrey Beckman. More


John Howard's short-termism

President's perspective, by Bruce Childs. More

The Australia-US free trade agreement

Patricia Ranald & Louise Southalan detail the finer points. More

This is not 'free trade', explains John Quiggin. More

Australian TV's an endangered species, says Greg Duffy. More

John Merson warns of corrupting pharmaceutical policy. More

Drug prices will rise, argue Peter Drahos & his colleagues. More

Vol. 4, No. 1

News & views

The truth about WMD in Iraq

Read a summary of the Carnegie report. More

The world's fig-leaf democracies

Democracy means more than periodic voting, argues Daniel Baldino. More

Where have all the women gone?

It's the end of equality, warns Anne Summers. More

Howard ignores our children

Carmel Tebbutt reckons the states can't do everything. More

Recognising Mary Alice Evatt

Melissa Boyde wins an award to study Mas. More


Propaganda, performance and privatisation

President's perspective, by Bruce Childs. More

Paying for private profit

Greg Combet questions public private partnerships (PPPs). More

PPPs are inappropriate and expensive, explain Graham Larcombe & Paul Fitzgerald. More

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