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Evatt Journal Vol. 9

Vol. 9, No. 6

News & views

It's baaaaaaaack!

Just when it was becoming safe to go into the workplace. More


Another year older, what does it mean?

To help us face the new year, John Keane draws on Thomas Paine's vision to explore what growing old means today. More

Vol. 9, No. 5

News, views & papers

President's Report 2009

As adopted by the Evatt Foundation on 25 November. More

The Big Pictures

Informed consent is a basic human right, argues Yola Lucire. More

Peter Parry reviews Australian practice. More

Vale Jim Hagan

Malcolm Brown remembers a quiz kid, a labour historian and a distinguished member of the Evatt Executive. More

Vol. 9, No. 4

News & Views

Deadly corporate behaviour

Matt Peacock discusses Killer Company: James Hardie Exposed. More

The unfair go

Frank Stilwell & David Primrose pour over new data from Catalyst on inequality in Australia. More

Hold the champagne

The economic crisis ain't over till it's over, cautions Jim Stanford. More

The great history of democracy

Introducing John Keane. More

Vol. 9, No. 3

News & views

The region of inequality

The PM reveals more of his vision for an Asia Pacific Community. More

Crunch time for Australia's health

John Dwyer sums up the reform movement. More

The life & death of democracy

David Aaronovitch reviews John Keane's history. More


Human Rights

The Evatt Foundation's submission to the National Consultation Committee.

We should aspire to do better, argues George Williams. More

Ron Dyer responds to the critics. More

Vol. 9, No. 2

News & views

On Africa, women & the future

The Governor-General addresses the Jessie Street Trust. More

Kill Khalid

An extract from Paul McGeough's new book. More

Growing democracy

John Faulkner announces more freedom to read official information. More

New papers

Democracy & the Great Recession

Market failure spells democratic failure, argues John Keane. More

Modern art & country Australia

Melissa Boyde tells how Mary Alice Evatt defeated the art establishment. More

Vol. 9, No. 1

News & views

The financial & economic crisis

What has happened and what can be done, asks Frank Stilwell. More

The carbon trading scheme

Ten Australian economists object. More

Bastard boys

Christopher Sheil reviews two epic industrial disputes. More

NEW Papers

The Doc & the UN after 60 years

Michael Kirby assesses the life and achievements of Doc Evatt. More

Dialogue on democracy

Pete Hay considers the way we govern ourselves against the biggest test. More

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