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Fuel Mandates have a History of Success and a Lesson for Bio Fuels Implementation

by Troy Whitford, School of Humanities and Social Sciences, Charles Sturt University

Australian policymakers and politicians concerned with the implementation of ethanol and bio diesel (bio fuels) into mainstream use should examine the introduction of unleaded fuel as a historical analogy. The similarities are profound in terms of issue identification and opposition – Read more »

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The Bonegilla Riot, July 1961: Maintaining favourable Impressions of the Postwar Immigration Program

by Bruce Pennay OAM, Adjunct Associate Professor, Charles Sturt University


Executive summary

  • This month marks the fiftieth anniversary of the Bonegilla Riot.
  • Newcomer non-compliance prompts administrative reviews that can lead to shifts in policies and practices.
  • Non-compliance that leads to violence attracts media attention, which almost invariably gives rise Read more »

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