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  1. David Russell Workers Party Policy Speech on Brisbane TV — David Russell, a former National Party federal president, on why you should support the Workers Party.
  2. David Russell Leads 1975 Workers Party Queensland Senate Team — a press release by Viv Forbes introducing Russell’s credentials, which needs updating.
  3. Caught in a welfare whirlpool — Viv Forbes in The Australian in 1986.
  4. Launch Southeast Asian Military Operations to Free Australian Drug Dealers and Consumers — another of our policy papers that are under 300 words. Unlike every other item this week, this was written within the last 20 years.
  5. Greg Lindsay on Ludwig von Mises — Greg Lindsay is our newest staff member. You can find more info about him by going to www.GregLindsay.info.
  6. He Controls Your Future: The Most Influential Man in Australia — Greg Lindsay says the Workers Party is “now totally mainstream”! He also says that the CIS is influential. Lindsay might learn a thing or two at the Mises Seminar. Tickets are still available.
  7. The Gospel according to Bert — A fun celebration of Bert Kelly by Ken Baxter. “Give we thanks that Kelly was on our side and not theirs; give we thanks that Kelly begat Hyde, who begat Shack, and Shack begat Sainsbury and someone begat Walsh and the tribe out of and with Kelly multiplieth.” Lot’s of “in-jokes”. John Stone stars.
  8. Bert Kelly: “I did not try often or hard enough” — Bert Kelly in 1983, reflects that he should have been more radical!
  9. Bert Kelly “lacked … guts and wisdom” — Bert Kelly in 1984, says he should have been more principled and outspoken!
  10. A look at life without tariffs — Bert Kelly in 1984.
  11. Tiny note on Bert Kelly’s column in The Bulletin in 1985 — saying that it is no more.
  12. Taking the Right’s road — a 1988 analysis of Australia’s intellectual right and how the Hawke government has hijacked many of its ideas.
(in order of appearance on Economics.org.au)
  1. Opening Salvo: Week 1 List
  2. Week 2 List
  3. Week 3
  4. Week 4
  5. Week 5
  6. Week 6
  7. Week 7
  8. Week 8
  9. Week 9
  10. Week 10
  11. Week 11
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  17. Week 17
  18. Week 18
  19. Week 19
  20. Week 20
  21. Week 21
  22. Week 22
  23. Week 23
  24. Week 24
  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
  35. Week 35
  36. Week 36
  37. Week 37
  38. Week 38
  39. Week 39
  40. Week 40
  41. Week 41
  42. Week 42: Relaunch
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  45. Week 45
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  47. Week 47
  48. Week 48
  49. Week 49
  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
  59. Week 59 of Economics.org.au
  60. Week 60 of Economics.org.au
  61. Week 61 of Economics.org.au
  62. Week 62 of Economics.org.au
  63. Week 63 of Economics.org.au
  64. Week 64 of Economics.org.au
  65. Week 65 of Economics.org.au
  66. Week 66 of Economics.org.au
  67. Week 67 of Economics.org.au
  68. Week 68 of Economics.org.au
  69. Week 69 of Economics.org.au
  70. Week 70 of Economics.org.au
  71. Week 71 of Economics.org.au
  72. Week 72 of Economics.org.au
  73. Week 73 of Economics.org.au
  74. Week 74 of Economics.org.au
  75. Vale Neville Kennard:
    Week 75 of Economics.org.au
  76. Week 76 of Economics.org.au
  77. Week 77 of Economics.org.au
  78. Week 78 of Economics.org.au
  79. Week 79 of Economics.org.au
  80. Week 80 of Economics.org.au
  81. Week 81 of Economics.org.au
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  84. Week 84 of Economics.org.au
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