Evatt Journal, Vol. 5, No. 2, April 2005
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News & views
George Scialabba essays eloquently on Christopher Hitchens' astonishing loss of balance.
Labor & the future
Sol Encel looks into the abyss.
The heat is on
John Howard lacks ticker on climate change, says Anthony Albanese.
Linda Weiss & colleagues spell out the disaster that's the US-Australia 'free' trade deal.
The Productivity Commission has conceded on competition policy, notes John Quiggin.
What is it with the 'New' Tassie?
It's the culture, stupid, says Stewart Prins.
President's perspective, by Bruce Childs.
Preparing for conflict
A fair day's pay: goodbye to all that, says Sharan Burrow.
Coming soon, warns Warwick McDonald: workplace survivor.
Chris White surveys the political basis for direct action.
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Evatt Breakfast Seminar on Howard's industrial relations agenda
A full-blown conflict is assurred when the government takes its majority in the senate this year. Ensure you hear John Della Bosca and Doug Cameron measure the stakes in Sydney on 26 May.
Going Global on Gender Equity: The Role of Men and Boys
Presented by the Dunstan Foundation and introduced by Neal Blewett, this is an opportunity for you to hear about Professor Bob Connell's international work in Sydney on 5 May.
Solidarity forever: make a toast, take a cruise, join the annual march, have lunch.
They may both be wrong, writes George Diehl.
[also follow our new link to listen to Shadia Drury discuss Leo Strauss on CBC radio.
A mixed story
Iraq elections: it's too early to tell, writes Mohammad Gill.
Australia's Kyoto paradox
Why so much anger over Global Warming, asks Phil Armit (Evatt replies).
Blogging and the new citizenship
Dunlop rocks, writes Grantly Brown.
Telstra must divest
Why won't Telstra become foreign owned, asks Rob Brown.
What women want
Whatever happened to industry-based child care, asks R J Campbell.
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