Evatt Journal, Vol. 3, No. 6, October 2003
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Vale Jim Cairns & Edward Said
A tribute to Jim Cairns by Tom Uren.
The loss of Edward Said deprives us of a beautiful mind.
Paul Keating launches The History Wars.
Stuart Macintyre straightens the record.
Carers of Australia unite!
Barbara Pocock discusses the work/life collision.
Howard lines up the big one
It's Medicare, and it's serious, explains Julia Gillard.
Refugees: is the tide turning?
Rowanne Couch reports on public opinion.
Michael Moore's big ask
The follow-up to Stupid White Men is out.
America and the week that was
President's perspective, by Bruce Childs.
Shadia Drury unpacks neoconservatism.
Trust is priceless, observes Andrew Wilkie.
The Asian century is dawning, argues Paul Keating.
Is the US on the road to fascism, asks Abbott Gleason.
Comparative international politics
Andrew Scott has some policy news for Labor.
'White Slaves' & White Australia
Raelene Frances looks through the trade in sex workers.
Evatt breakfast seminar: PPPs
At the privatisation frontier, Graham Larcombe and David Carey will explain PPPs, or 'public private partnerships'. This is an important policy seminar on the occasion of the publication of a major new study: Paying for private profit: A review of the public private partnership model in the provision of community infrastructure and services. It's on Tuesday 11 November in Sydney 7.30am for 8.00am to 9.00am.
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.
Power, control and acountability
This one-day December symposium in Sydney will bring together diverse people to explore the many facets of accountability.
It's time for the second heterodox economists conference at UNSW.
A fair Australia?
Vote for me, writes Steven Presley.
Exactly what I was looking for, writes Frank Adams.
It doesn't make any difference, writes James Nall.
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