|author: Edited by John Carroll and Robert Manne||shelved under: Economic and Political Theory|
|date: 1992||publisher: The Text Publishing Co.|
|content type: book|
|description: "Economic rationalism has a strangehold on national policy. Its slogans are delivered by both our major political parties and by the top ranks of the bureaucracy as though they are holy writ: deregulation, free trade, and the level playing field."
Part I: The Australian Tradition Under Threat