September 6th 2003


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COVER STORY: How to help democracy in Hong Kong

Australian Senate backs Hong Kong democrats against China

CANBERRA OBSERVED: Government stumbles over Manildra, Tuckey fiascos

STRAWS IN THE WIND: J'accuse / Shape of things to come

WATER: Murray River farmers face man-made 'permanent drought'

NATIONAL PARTY: Why John Anderson should stay

LETTERS: Sugar price

LETTERS: Rail the key to rural infrastructure

LETTERS: Amrozi death sentence

Ethanol, sugar and free trade

EDUCATION HISTORY: Social justice in education - self-interest disguised as altruism

FAMILY: Quick facts on marriage

BOOKS: GULAG : A HISTORY, by Anne Applebaum

BOOKS: The Maverick and his Machine: Thomas Watson Sr and the Making of IBM

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LETTERS:
Amrozi death sentence


by Senator Ross Lightfoot

News Weekly, September 6, 2003
Sir,

It may be opportune for all those who oppose the legal execution of the Kuta mass killer, Amrozi, for whatever reason, to understand that the recidivist rate for executed murderers is extremely low.

Senator Ross Lightfoot,
Perth, WA




























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