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COVER STORY Lee Kuan Yew's model for national development

CANBERRA OBSERVED Shorten's relentless negativity spells trouble for Labor

EDITORIAL Reform the tax system to help families!

INTERNATIONAL AFFAIRS The rise, decline and fragmentation of the radical Islamists

INTERNATIONAL AFFAIRS Canada's Supreme Court upholds religious freedom

NATIONAL AFFAIRS Can Australia Post be saved?

SOCIETY Helping lift the 'unbanked' out of poverty

LIFE ISSUES Woman's suicide wrongly used to justify euthanasia

SCHOOLS Traditional forms of teaching make a welcome comeback

AUSTRALIAN HISTORY Dr Roger Dunkley, forgotten hero of World War II

CINEMA Cinderella - a queen by virtue of her service

BOOK REVIEW Our Kids, by Robert D. Putnam

BOOK REVIEW Religious dimensions of the Great War

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COVER STORY Lee Kuan Yew's model for national development
[Front-cover photograph: Mr Lee Kuan Yew, 2007. Courtesy of Singapore, Ministry of Communications and Information].
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CANBERRA OBSERVED Shorten's relentless negativity spells trouble for Labor
Bill Shorten should be grateful to ex-Prime Minister Kevin Rudd for his decision to change ALP rules to ensure the longevity of an incumbent leader of the parliamentary Labor Party.
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EDITORIAL Reform the tax system to help families!
The federal Treasurer, Joe Hockey, has launched a new inquiry into the taxation system with an address to the National Press Club and a media salvo, declaring, “The government’s objective is to achieve a better tax system that delivers taxes that are lower, simpler, fairer.”
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INTERNATIONAL AFFAIRS The rise, decline and fragmentation of the radical Islamists
It was notable that two of the heroes of the Charlie Hebdo attack in Paris last January 7 were themselves Muslims.
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INTERNATIONAL AFFAIRS Canada's Supreme Court upholds religious freedom
In a landmark decision with implications for the debate over religious freedom in Australia, Canada’s highest court has ruled that the secularist government of Quebec denied religious freedom to a Catholic college, in relation to a mandatory course on Ethics and Religious Culture (ERC).
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NATIONAL AFFAIRS Can Australia Post be saved?
Like any plant or animal, all businesses have a life cycle. Australia Post is a business, no less so for being wholly owned by the Commonwealth government.
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SOCIETY Helping lift the 'unbanked' out of poverty
New initiatives are underway to enable the world’s “unbanked” to gain access to financial services and to help lift millions out of poverty.
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LIFE ISSUES Woman's suicide wrongly used to justify euthanasia
The suicide death late last year of an elderly Victorian woman is being used by euthanasia advocates to push their agenda.
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SCHOOLS Traditional forms of teaching make a welcome comeback
Who would have thought? Based on research detailed in a recent report entitled What Works Best, the NSW Education Department and Education Minister Adrian Piccoli have identified what constitutes effective classroom teaching and learning.
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AUSTRALIAN HISTORY Dr Roger Dunkley, forgotten hero of World War II
Veterans of World War II have rightly honoured the heroic doctors of World War II — the Australian surgeon “Weary” Dunlop probably pre-eminent among them — who worked miracles in Japanese prison camps.
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CINEMA Cinderella - a queen by virtue of her service
Cinderella (rated G), directed by Kenneth Branagh, is reviewed by Symeon J. Thompson.
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BOOK REVIEW Our Kids, by Robert D. Putnam
This even transcends race as the issue of the day. Blacks divide by class just as whites do. The upper classes live separate, relatively charmed lives of unlimited prospects and opportunities. The rest are lucky to make it through high school to a job of any kind. Upward mobility is all but out of the question.
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BOOK REVIEW Religious dimensions of the Great War

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