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  1. Announcing a new magazine to rival Time and The Economist — this is the official Australian launch announcement! Big news!
  2. Gina Rinehart, Secessionist — some radical passages from Woman’s Day in 1975. This is the first time they’ve been republished. In 1975, Mrs Rinehart’s passport listed her occupation as “Secessionist”!!!
  3. Dubious Land Title — Ron Manners says Native Title “is of almost no use to Aborigines and an absolute nightmare to investors who must steer clear of uncertainty.”
  4. Another radical libertarian conversation from Mark Tier’s new book Trust Your Enemies
  5. Introduction to Sovereign Wealth Funds — David Sharp with yet another clear introduction to what everyone pretends to know about.
  6. Save the taxpayer — Viv Forbes in The Sydney Morning Herald in 1982 tries to save taxpayers from extinction.
  7. Seven items by or featuring Lang Hancock this week (not including the Gina Rinehart one above): (a) Jenny Archer, “Friends of free enterprise treated to financial tete-a-tete: Lang does the talking but Gina pulls the strings,” The Australian, June 21, 1982, p. 9; (b) Dennis Minogue, “Lang Hancock: giant of the western iron age,” The Age, September 20, 1975, pp. 11-12; (c) the autobiographical Lang Hancock chapter in Neil Lawrence & Steve Bunk’s collection, The Stump Jumpers (Sydney: Hale & Iremonger, 1985), pp. 41-51; (d) Lang Hancock, “The Treasury needs a hatchet man,” The Courier-Mail, January 12, 1978, p. 4; (e) Lang Hancock, “Get the ‘econuts’ off our backs …,” The Australian, April 10, 1978, p. 9; (f) Lang Hancock, “We Mine to Live,” Quadrant, September, 1981, pp. 51-53; and (g) short excerpt from Jonathan Aitken, Land of Fortune (London: Secker and Warburg, 1971), p. 40.
  8. With these two items by Bert Kelly put up this week there are now 121 items featuring Bert Kelly on Economics.org.au: (iBert Kelly “must take some of the blame” — “Fraser’s foolish seven-year feast,” The Bulletin, June 28, 1983, p. 118; and (ii) “Of Sugar Wells and Think-Tanks,” Quadrant, September, 1991, pp. 51-53, based on a speech delivered to the Australian Cane Farmers Association on 9th April 1991.
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