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George Bush channels George Orwell 25 Oct 2002
Can a president be charged with plagiarism, asks Daniel Kutzman.
Is paid maternity leave enough? 23 Oct 2002
We need a policy sea-change, says Carmen Lawrence.
Of course they knew 23 Oct 2002
John Faulkner reports on the children overboard affair.
A message from Bali 21 Oct 2002
Will our leaders get it, wonders Jonathan Freedland.
Who's afraid of public debt? 21 Oct 2002
The Evatt breakfast seminar on publlc debt.
Uncle oSAMa says 20 Oct 2002
I want YOU to invade Iraq.
A distraction 13 Oct 2002
Teachers reject PPPs.
Union chief meets the press 11 Oct 2002
Greg Combet on Ansett, Iraq, the Cole Commission, work & family.
Interesting times 7 Oct 2002
Eric Hobsbawm's autobiography published.
Spin, privatisation & dogged reality 4 Oct 2002
Paul Krugman unravels the spin on privatising US social security, while John Quiggin reckons reality is sinking in.
Labor, Iraq & the UN 4 Oct 2002
Margo Kingston highlights the Doc's legacy.
Modernity bucks at the post 3 Oct 2002
Who's afraid of historical truth? Catherine Keenan reports.
Consensus defies Bush Doctrine 27 Sep 2002
Australia's elders demand loyalty to the UN.
Problems with pre-emption 25 Sep 2002
Al Gore rejects the Bush Doctrine.
Between despondency & hope 24 Sep 2002
Eric Aarons reflects on the Left with Tristan Ewins.
Australia loads the dice against working mothers 22 Sep 2002
Anne Summers writes to the PM on paid maternity leave, and more.
The US Vs Iraq 16 Sep 2002
Gareth Evans and Tariq Ali are interviewed by Maxine McKew.
The world's leaders slept through Joburg 5 Sep 2002
The Sustainable Development Summit failed, reports Claude Martin.
Evatt Seminar on PPPs 3 Sep 2002
They must be joking.
Post-industrial working class culture 3 Sep 2002
It's there for the ALP to see, argues Tony Moore.
Understanding Iraq 3 Sep 2002
Remember Lawrence of Arabia, explains Phillip Knightley.
Privatisation: we still hate it 2 Sep 2002
David Hayward surveys attitudes to the great sell-out.
2002 Eureka Prize 25 Aug 2002
Jeremy Moss debunks 'mutual obligation'.
Solidarity, rock 'n' roll style 24 Aug 2002
John Densmore discusses the remarkable story behind The Doors.
PPPs & the '5% Club' 22 Aug 2002
There are other ways, argues ACTU President, Sharan Burrow

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