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  1. Government Likes War — Neville Kennard on the crisis without conscience of politicians.
  2. Kitching Corrects This Week’s Socialists — Ronald Kitching on the economic ignorance of our politicians, academics and business leaders.
  3. Dead Reckoning and Government: A Proposal for Electoral Reform — the editor makes fun of political apologists and their slow thinking.
  4. See also RossGittins.info, another Economics.org.au project.
Quote of the week

“Even worse than living in a one-party state is to live in a state with two parties. Where only one party is around, there’s no more than a single gang of thieves. But where there are two parties, then the gangs alternate with each other in picking your pocket and creating useless government departments to dole out patronage. Moreover, where there are two parties, as opposed to one, there is double the amount of hot air, especially around election time. … While the Democrats are generally honest about their intention to tax and spend, the Republicans scream up and down the land about getting government off our backs. Of course once in the driver’s seat they do pretty much the same things as the other party, and usually for the same reasons. Reps and Dems both increase the costs of business as well as government, by fighting sexism and racism, paying for expanding entitlements, and rewarding the party base at public expense. The Reps add to these bloated costs another expense, launching wars in the name of spreading democracy and combating Islamofascism. The Dems are not as devoted to this nutty project but run up their own deficits by lavishing favors on minorities and by pampering public sector unions. The choice between these evils is so painful that I usually spare myself the misery of voting for either.” ~ Paul Gottfried

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  25. Week 25: New Year's Edition
  26. Special Sunday Edition
  27. Special Penthouse Edition
  28. Rip Van Australia Day Special
  29. Safe for Work Playboy Edition
  30. Week 30
  31. Week 3,188
  32. Week 32
  33. Week 33: Vale Ronald Kitching
  34. Week 34
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  42. Week 42: Relaunch
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  50. Week 50 of Economics.org.au = Mises Seminar - 17 weeks
  51. Week 51 of Economics.org.au = Mises Seminar - 16 weeks
  52. Week 52 of Economics.org.au = Mises Seminar - 15 weeks
  53. Week 53 of Economics.org.au = Mises Seminar - 14 weeks
  54. Week 54 of Economics.org.au = Mises Seminar - 13 weeks
  55. Week 55
  56. Week 56
  57. Week 57 of Economics.org.au = Mises Seminar - 10 weeks
  58. Week 58 of Economics.org.au
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  74. Week 74 of Economics.org.au
  75. Vale Neville Kennard:
    Week 75 of Economics.org.au
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