Ideas & Liberty

Ideas & Liberty

The Institute of Public Affairs examines the philosophical and moral case for liberty. By situating current political, economic and social debate in the history of Australian and international liberalism, it is possible to shed new light on the questions of today. The Institute of Public Affairs approaches political debate firmly grounded with an appreciation of entrepeneurship, civil liberties, individual responsiblity and free markets.

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Publications

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Andrew Bolt: Freedom of Speech in Australia - Speech made by Paul Howes

OCCASIONAL PAPER

In most public libraries you can get to read the most controversial things... and no one bats an eyelid. In fact you don't even have to visit a library to access the most evil of tracts, such as Mein Kampf or the Protocols of the Elders of Zion -...

Submission to Australian Law Reform Commission National Classification Scheme Review

SUBMISSION | Chris Berg and Tim Wilson

Submission to Australian Law Reform Commission National Classification Scheme Review

Mark Steyn at Freedom of Speech in Australia

VIDEO

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IPA Submission to the Parliamentary Inquiry into the Victorian Charter

SUBMISSION | Ted Lapkin

Submitted, June 2011.

Bourgeois Dignity

IPA REVIEW ARTICLE | Julie Novak

Thanks in part to the intellec­tual emergence of a modern Malthusianism, much of the popular narrative on the hu­man condition, including in the West, is presented in highly pessimistic tones. As the argument goes, a fragile, rocky outpost...

Plain packaging FOI documents

OCCASIONAL PAPER | Tim Wilson

Plain packaging FOI request from IP Australia.

The Outsider

IPA REVIEW ARTICLE | Tony Barry

He seems like the ultimate political insider. Influential and prolific; with a regular syndicated column in the nation's largest selling daily newspapers, television and radio segments, and a blog that receives two million hits a month. But in...

China under Mao - What we know now and what we should have known then

IPA REVIEW ARTICLE | Chris Berg and Sabine Wolff

There's no longer an excuse for any illusions about the horrors of China under Mao Zedong.  Frank Dikötter, Chair Professor of Humanities at the University of Hong Kong and Professor of the Modern History of China at the...

Better safe?

IPA REVIEW ARTICLE | Alexander Deane

At the beginning of 2010, the British and US governments approved the introduction of body scanners at international airports. In both cases, the impetus behind their implementation was the case of Nigerian Umar Farouk Abdulmutallab, who tried to...

Why we love Mad Men

IPA REVIEW ARTICLE | Alan Anderson

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