Economics.org.au thinks it is worth learning from Greg Lindsay and that republishing his own words may be helpful to this end. Here are the articles by Greg Lindsay that we have republished:

  1. Where has the choice gone …,” freeEnterprise, April, 1975, pp. 6-7. At that link we also republished his “Maintaining education divide,” The Sydney Morning Herald, April 6, 1998, p. 16, as a letter to the editor.
  2. The vacuum of libertarian scholarship,” freeEnterprise, April-May, 1976, p. 3.
  3. Ludwig von Mises,” freeEnterprise, July-August, 1976, pp. 7-8.
  4. Frederic Bastiat,” freeEnterprise, vol. 2, no. 11 and 12, special final issue, 1976, pp. 4-6.
  5. “Politic” today may be impolitic and archaic tomorrow — G. J. Lindsay, “Petrol pump politics,” The Australian Financial Review, January 19, 1979, p. 4, as a letter to the editor.
  6. In defence of traditional liberalism,” Independent Business Weekly, November 14, 2001. Excerpt: “I am wary of using utilitarianism as the basis of liberalism. It doesn’t take much ingenuity to use this kind of argument to justify restricting freedom as well as allowing it.” Another excerpt: “In my view, the last thing we want is a really efficient government.” That piece was referenced in this Greg Lindsay profile, which we also considered worth digitising and making as freely accessible as possible: Diana Bignall, “He Controls Your Future: The Most Influential Man in Australia,” The Bulletin, September 28, 2004, pp. 22-25.