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Measuring what matters; My School; Bio-fuel and Monckton; Politics in the Pub

Between the lines is the Institute’s selective analysis of the policies and politics affecting the wellbeing of Australians. This edition looks at measuring what matters; My School – an average website; feeding cars, not people; the tale of the kookaburra and the mouse; and, Politics in the Pub.

October 2009

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June 2007

No 51 June 2007

Turbulence ahead by Andrew Macintosh and Christian Downie Universities and fossil fuel capture by Christian Downie Silencing dissent: The Federal Government strikes by James Arvanitakis Grassroots campaign against sexualisation of children by Julie Gale See Paris and Die? by Steve Biddulph Academic economists call for Kyoto ratification by Clive Hamilton Insuring against catastrophic change by

March 2007

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September 2006

No 48 September 2006

Who listens to Alan Jones by Clive Hamilton Indonesia’s nuclear plans Are fossil fuel companies ‘capturing’ our universities? by Christian Downie School vouchers: update by Andrew Macintosh History wars and heritage omissions by Deb Wilkinson Rich boomer, poor boomer by Myra Hamilton Tourism subsidies are money down the drain by Christian Downie The use and

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No 43 June 2005

Stuck in Traffic by Claire Barbato Government stymies advocacy by green NGOs by Clive Hamilton Wellbeing Manifesto launch Howard’s Children by Richard Denniss The ‘Left” and the Iraq War by Clive Hamilton Taxpayers Soaked by Andrew Macintosh Is the Bracks Government Serious about Climate Change? ZPG for ACT? by Claire Barbato Gross National Happiness by

December 2004

September 2004

No 40 September 2004

Pandering to the Government by Clive Hamilton Masking private schools accountable by Deb Wilkinson The next gender wars by Barbara Pocock Pets and foreign aid by Richard Denniss Quotes from the tenth anniversary dinner Looking into the ‘Too Hard’ basket Health insurance tricky for the old by Richard Denniss Australians still the world’s worst greenhouse

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No. 21 December 1999

Investigating Crimes Against Humanity in East Timor by Spencer Zifcak Dr Kemp’s Leaked Cabinet Submission by Julie Wells and Clive Hamilton Australia Tops the Developed World in Greenhouse Gas Emissions per Capita Native Title and Anglo-Australian Land Law Compared by Ed Wensing Aluminium Smelting and Climate Change by Hal Turton BOOK REVIEW: Corporate propaganda: Getting

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