Evatt Journal, Vol. 3, No. 6, October 2003
News & views
Vale Jim Cairns & Edward Said
A tribute to Jim Cairns by Tom Uren. [read more]
The loss of Edward Said deprives us of a beautiful mind. [read more]
Paul Keating launches The history wars. [read more]
Stuart Macintyre straightens the record. [read more]
Carers of Australia unite!
Barbara Pocock discusses the work/life collision. [read more]
Howard lines up the big one
It's Medicare, and it's serious, explains Julia Gillard. [read more]
Refugees: is the tide turning?
Rowanne Couch reports on public opinion. [read more]
Michael Moore's big ask
The follow-up to Stupid white men is out. [read more]
America and the week that was
President's perspective, by Bruce Childs.[read more]
Shadia Drury unpacks neoconservatism.[read more]
Trust is priceless, observes Andrew Wilkie.[read more]
The Asian century is dawning, argues Paul Keating.[read more]
Is the US on the road to fascism, asks Abbott Gleason.[read more]
Comparative international politics
Andrew Scott has some policy news for Labor. [read more]
'White Slaves' & White Australia
Raelene Frances looks through the trade in sex workers.[read more]
Evatt breakfast seminar: PPPs
Graham Larcombe and David Carey will explain PPPs, or 'public private partnerships' on Tuesday 11 November in Sydney 7.30am for 8.00am to 9.00am. [deleted]
The state of the Australian city
At Parramatta in early December will be the first academically focused national conference on urban issues in over a decade. [deleted]
Power, control and acountability
This one-day December symposium in Sydney will bring together diverse people to explore the many facets of accountability. [deleted]
It's time for the second heterodox economists conference at UNSW. [deleted]
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