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An economy for the 99% 17 January 2017
It's worse than we feared, reports Oxfam.
An endangered species 3 November 2006
A campaign for a national Human Rights Act should be initiated now, argues Neville Wran.
An honest history book? 10 July 2017
Michelle Arrow launches a missile into history.
An inextricable link 28 March 2006
New strategies and tactics are needed, says Geoff Derrick.
An international decent work strategy 4 June 2003
John Langmore confronts the task of creating jobs in the era of globalisation.
APEC: Australia's biggest seat at its biggest table 23 August 2007
Australian foreign policy can make a difference, argues Paul Keating, but you have to dare to try.
Australia is unique, unfortunately 9 April 2006
Abandon the reactive approach to protecting human rights, says George Williams.
Australia's silent killer 13 November 2009
Nobody from James Hardie has really been charged, nor even answered the questions, explains Matt Peacock.
Australian television content 3 June 2004
The AUSFTA makes it an endangered species, explains Greg Duffy.
Australia’s foreign policy today 24 April 2014
In the 2014 Evatt lecture, Tanya Plibersek argues for a bigger international vision.
Banks must be kept in check 14 October 2008
The government should reject Westpac's bid to takeover St George, argues Evan Jones.
Battlers & billionaires 3 August 2014
Australia's egalitarian ethos is endangered, warns Andrew Leigh.
Beginning in fear to end in failure 6 August 2012
John Faulkner laments the loss of passionate belief in the 2012 Evatt Lecture.  
Behind the chaste veil 30 June 2014
What do we really know about wealth inequality in Australia?
Behind the neo-con curtain 5 June 2003
Norman Madarasz rescues Plato from the neo-cons
Between stimulus and austerity 12 March 2013
Austerity has never worked, says John Ralston Saul.
Beyond industrial relations 20 June 2006
How new is WorkChoices, asks Bradon Ellem.
Beyond right and left 4 March 2007
Tristan Ewins reviews David McKnight's book on new politics and the culture wars.
Bond traders take on Costello 24 October 2002
Philip Baker backgrounds the Australian government's extraordinary debt policy.
Born to be wild 21 September 2017
Typecasting generations is nonsense, says John Quiggin.
Broadband v. narrowband economics 10 February 2005
"Mainstream economics" has retreated to fantasy, argues Edward Fullbrook.
Capital in the 21st Century: Review article 16 May 2014
Thomas Piketty has more than equalised the debate, says Christopher Sheil.
China's new labour law 21 April 2007
China moves beyond WorkChoices, reports Chris White.
Commonwealth Debt Management Review 18 December 2002
The Evatt Foundation's submission on public debt policy.
Contesting inequality 23 August 2014
Has Australia arrived at a turning-point, asks Frank Stilwell.

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