November 3rd 2001


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Cover Story: Afghanistan - Why the war on terrorism will be long and risky

Editorial: Why the ALP could win by default

TESTIMONIAL: A policy agenda for Australia's future prosperity

Election 2001: When will the parties support a new bank?

Defence: US Navy commissions Australian high speed catamaran

Canberra Observed: Nationals looking down the barrel

Straws in the Wind: Varieties of evil / Russian fears / My enemy's enemy is my friend

Law: Family Court redefines man

Government spokesmen confirm WTO threats

Media: Moral equivalence / Will they be invited back?

Letter: Settlement deaths

Letter: Beazley defended

Letter: Defence solution

Comment: The evil face of terrorism

Drugs: The case against medical cannabis

Obituary: Vale Phyllis Boyd

China: Can the Chinese Communist Party survive the market?

Books: 'John Maynard Keynes: Fighting for Britain 1937-46' by Robert Skidelsky

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TESTIMONIAL:
A policy agenda for Australia's future prosperity


by Sydney Morning Herald

News Weekly, November 3, 2001
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Not too many publications go out on a limb to suggest policies, but News Weekly is an exception.

Published in January, its 'Manifesto for Australia' outlines a broad range of problems caused by 'uncontrolled deregulation' during the past 20 years, including 'widespread job destruction' and downsized essential public services.

Then it spells out policies to solve these problems, which include a new Commonwealth-style bank and a homemakers' allowance to help families with children.
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  • Icon, Sydney Morning Herald Internet guide, October 13, 2001




























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