August 12th 2017


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COVER STORY The lessons for euthanasia are there for the learning

EDITORIAL Shorten's agenda will cripple Australia

CANBERRA OBSERVED Candidates must polish their paperwork skills

FOREIGN AFFAIRS EU v Poland: disquiet on the eastern front

EUTHANASIA How safe will Victoria's 'locked tin' be?

ASIA-PACIFIC AFFAIRS Pacific likely to focus for Taiwan's Iron Lady

PHILOSOPHY Aristotle and the virtues as products of reason

FEDERAL POLITICS Backbench marriage push angers Coalition colleagues

MUSIC Time and times: Melody is moments gathered for an instant

CINEMA Dunkirk: When survival is victory

BOOK REVIEW Just socialism by another name?

BOOK REVIEW The rightness of goading the left

LETTERS

MARRIAGE The issue, Bill, is transgender marriage

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Paul Kengor

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Biographer Paul Kengor, PhD, analyses former U.S. President Ronald Reagan’s speeches and actions to paint a full, accurate picture of his beliefs. Kengor identifies those principles that lie at the heart of Reagan’s conservatism: freedom, faith, family, sanctity and dignity of human life, American exceptionalism, the Founders’ wisdom and vision, lower taxes, limited government, peace through strength, anti-communism and belief in the individual. And it is through these principles that Reagan’s modern emulators may create a successful, conservative future.

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