December 15th 2018


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COVER STORY The Christ child: a life lived for the whole world

WATER RESOURCES Murray-Darling management delivers the worst of both worlds

CANBERRA OBSERVED Libs fish around for explanations

ASIAN AFFAIRS Taiwanese agree to stick with nuclear power

EDUCATION In support of NAPLAN

VICTORIAN ELECTION Coalition collapse

ECONOMICS AND SOCIETY Mondragón Corporation: humanity at work

BREXIT December 12: D-Day for Britain's EU vote

EUTHANASIA WA Government ignores objections and lessons

TAIWAN Referendum stems homosexual tide

INTERNATIONAL AFFAIRS Free trade and the WTO in the Trump era

MUSIC Teacher teachers: The jarring note in music courses

CLASSIC CINEMA The Adventures of Robin Hood: The one and only

BOOK REVIEW A triumph of determination

BOOK REVIEW An escape from futility and addiction

POETRY

LETTERS

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COVER STORY The Christ child: a life lived for the whole world
In secular Australia, Christmas is principally a season of giving, both to our loved ones and to those less fortunate. In this respect, it is radically different from other days of national celebration, which mark unique events in our history, like Australia Day or Anzac Day.
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WATER RESOURCES Murray-Darling management delivers the worst of both worlds
The current approach to managing the water resources of the Murray-Darling Basin (MDB) seems to be a classic case of “straining out gnats while swallowing camels”.
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CANBERRA OBSERVED Libs fish around for explanations
Pessimism is pervasive inside the Morrison Government following the Victorian election, with political commentators already “calling” the coming federal election and recalcitrant MPs adding to the black mood.
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ASIAN AFFAIRS Taiwanese agree to stick with nuclear power
Taiwan, a country of 23 million people and one of Australia’s largest trading partners, recently conducted a series of referenda on questions of vital importance to the future of the country, and of great interest to Australia, including same-sex marriage, nuclear power and the future of coal-fired power generation.
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EDUCATION In support of NAPLAN
The National Assessment Program Literacy and Numeracy (NAPLAN) often comes under attack. Unions are against the tests, teachers often hold negative views, and many media commentators highlight the flaws in the system and the detrimental side effects of NAPLAN.
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VICTORIAN ELECTION Coalition collapse
Victorians sent a strong message when they voted on November 24 with a 6 per cent plus swing towards the ALP Government. How did this happen?
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ECONOMICS AND SOCIETY Mondragón Corporation: humanity at work
Andrew Dunn is a lawyer and a member of the Queensland DLP. Dunn, who visited Spain in late 2017, gives us an insight into how cooperatives operate in Arrasate-Mondragón, in the Basque Region of that country. Rooted in the social teaching of the Catholic Church, and inspired by Basque priest Fr José María Arizmendiarrieta, the Mondragón Corporation puts workers and their families first and enables workers literally to be their own bosses.
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BREXIT December 12: D-Day for Britain's EU vote
The most important decision for Britain in a generation will be the vote in the British Parliament on December 12 to accept or reject British Prime Minister Theresa May’s deal on withdrawal from the European Union (EU).
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EUTHANASIA WA Government ignores objections and lessons
The WA Labor Government is determined to ram a bill legalising euthanasia through State Parliament.
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TAIWAN Referendum stems homosexual tide
It is often said, quite correctly, that Taiwan is one of the most socially liberal societies in Asia, but this ignores the genuine alarm that the rapid advance of the homosexual agenda is causing in the country.
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INTERNATIONAL AFFAIRS Free trade and the WTO in the Trump era
Donald Trump, it will be recalled, made trade policy a large part of his push for the U.S. presidency. In particular, he announced he would not sign the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP), which had been negotiated by his predecessor, Barack Obama.
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MUSIC Teacher teachers: The jarring note in music courses
There is a plenitude of tertiary jazz music courses in Australia, which, on the face of it, is an effective way to improve the music “industry” in Australia. But it is far from clear why they exist. Are they there for the benefit of the teachers, who get a good living from it, or for the students, who mostly will not?
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CLASSIC CINEMA The Adventures of Robin Hood: The one and only
Robin Hood is one of the most provocative characters in the Western imagination – a rogue, a rebel, a robber and a rascal; an opponent of the state out of loyalty to the state and a hero of justice who breaks the law.
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BOOK REVIEW A triumph of determination
They rented two rooms in a typical worker’s cottage in Abbotsford and were married on Christmas Day in a ceremony witnessed by two strangers. Anne wore a dress and hat borrowed from her landlady.
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BOOK REVIEW An escape from futility and addiction
There has been a push to legalise marijuana. The trouble with that is that, with addictive substances and activities such as gambling, legalisation has only acted to normalise and exacerbate problems, creating greater demand, and leading to more addictions and lives being destroyed.
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POETRY
Storm in Poplars and Saplings
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LETTERS
The United Nations’ Intergovernmental Panel on Climate change (IPCC) argues boldly that the world’s temperature has risen by one degree above pre-industrial levels. How would they know?
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