THE GREENS: Policies, Reality and Consequences
Edited by Andrew McIntyre
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Paperback, 150 pages, $22.95
The idea for this book came from an awareness of the alarming void in
media analysis of the Greens’ policies at a time when they have been
gaining in political strength.
This book brings together leading Australian experts who look at a wide
range of their policies in detail – from Agriculture to Z00phytes – to
reveal the practical consequences of these policies.
The book suggests that the Greens have an uncontrollable urge
to spend our money, a mania for legislative and regulatory control –
of both institutions and individuals – a disturbing and unwarranted
confidence in central planning and a belief that government knows best.
Underlying this is a thoroughly naïve understanding of how the real
The irony is that the Greens’ policies would not only destroy our economy but actually make the environment worse.
INTRODUCTION: The road to Hell … - Andrew McIntyre
1 CONSTITUTION: An ‘Alice in Wonderland’ view of democracy and rights - James Allan
2 ECONOMICS 1: Good intentions versus self interest - Sinclair Davidson
3 ECONOMICS 2: How to lower living standards and perpetuate poverty - Alan Oxley
4 EDUCATION 1: More spending, less choice and further state control - Greg Melleuish
5 EDUCATION 2: The fight against independent schools - Kevin Donnelly
6 ENERGY: Clean energy and nuclear phobia: a parody of de-industrialisation - Alan Moran
7 FAMILY: Family, sex And drugs: the unintended consequences - Wendy Francis
8 HEALTH: A Nanny State will keep you healthy … if you are an animal - Aniello Iannuzzi
9 HOUSING: How to make housing unaffordable and the environment worse - Bob Day
10 INDIGENOUS AUSTRALIANS: A deaf ear to indigenous needs will guarantee more disaster - David Price
11 INDUSTRIAL RELATIONS 1: The 1960’s Brown Cardigan Fantasy of industrial relations - Grace Collier
12 INDUSTRIAL RELATIONS 2: A dangerous wish list from the major unions - Ken Phillips
13 MEDIA: What you want may not be what you get- Graham Young
14 NATURAL RESOURCES – AGRICULTURE: An outdated view gives less from more and increases costs - David F Smith
15 NATURAL RESOURCES - FORESTS: Forests: the appropriation of economic activity by stealth - Jim Hoggett
16 NATURAL RESOURCES - MARINE: Hypothetical solutions to imaginary problems in the marine environment - Walter Stark
17 NATURAL RESOURCES - WATER: The Wooden Spoon of Water Policy?- Alistair Watson
18 POPULATION AND MULTICULTURALISM: Immigration, integration and crime - Katharine Betts
19 REFUGEES: A cruel, discriminatory and unjust policy - Professor Mirko Bagaric and Peter Faris QC
20 SCIENCE: Over funding, ethical frameworks, and exercises in the politically correct - Garth W. Paltridge
21 SECURITY: Ditching our sovereignty for the UN’s theatre of the absurd, and other stories - Ted Lapkin
This product was added to our catalog on Monday 06 June, 2011.