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Title
The bulletin
Call Number
NX 252
Created/Published
Sydney, N.S.W.: John Haynes and J.F. Archibald, 1880-1984
Issue
Vol. 102 No. 5299 (2 Feb 1982)
Pages
136
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Contents

THE BULLETIN 1
Advertising 2
THE BULLETIN 3
Advertising 4 , 5
THAT’S WHAT YOU SAY McMahon’s legacy 6
The Ord’s future 6
Westpac or ‘Worst Pack’? 6
A fine name out west 6 , 11
Advertising 7 , 8 , 9 , 10
Articles on Libya 11
Relief for East Timor 11
Comstock’s delisting 11
Reverend Moon’s religion 11 , 14
Advertising 12 , 13
Fascism no alternative 14
Advertising 14
High-rise lifestyle 14
Opinion poll questions 14 , 17
Advertising 15 , 16
Puberty Blues acclaimed 17
Government meddling 17
THE WEEK’S ACTION AUSTRALIA 18
THE WORLD 18 , 19
BUSINESS 19
SPORT 19
Advertising 20 , 21
COVER STORY HOW PAUL KEATING IS TAKING ON THE LEFT 22 , 23 , 24 , 25
Economics dual aims: growth and efficiency 24
The thoughts of Paul Keating 25
RODEO The million-buck mystery 26 , 27 , 28
PUBLIC OPINION Lowe by-election could be a cliffhanger 28
CANBERRA Vision splendid has turned into Disneyland 29 , 30
DEFENCE Navy examines lease of British choppers 30
Advertising 30
SHIPPING Old king coal about to make a comeback 31
CONSERVATION Third annual census of our urban birds 31 , 32
TAXATION War against knowledge tax gathers pace 32
THE BULLETIN COIN PORTFOLIO A 22 percent gain in 1981 32 , 34 , 36
Advertising 33 , 35
How to take the risks out of clairvoyance 37
Advertising 38
THE LAW MPs shouldn’t have special privilege 39 , 40
Advertising 40 , 41 , 42
Ada’s insurance cheque: out of Nosey via Bo-Bo 43
PEOPLE 44 , 45
A rare greatness: top sports writing 46
Advertising 47
THE ARTS An enigmatic, rag-bag festival 48 , 49
TELEVISION The silly season of repetition 50 , 52 , 53
The top 10 shows at the end of 1981 were: 50
Advertising 51 , 52 , 53
NOSTALGIA Full steam ahead at 25 mph 54
Advertising 55 , 56
A Bulletin special survey Advance Australia 57
The emerging new nationalism 58 , 62 , 64 , 66 , 70
Advertising 59 , 60 , 61 , 63 , 65
A boost for business 66
Advertising 67 , 68 , 69
An umbrella for the big and the small 70 , 72
Advertising 71
A campaign with three main aims 72 , 74 , 76
Advertising 73 , 75
Faces on the street -they’ve changed 76
Advertising 77 , 78 , 79 , 80
TRAVEL Bringing out the beast in writers 81 , 82
BOOKS The poet who disliked biographers 83 , 84
Advertising 84
BOOK BULLETIN Tilting at windmills works 85
Advertising 85
FILMS Man of Iron forged under the hammer 86
Advertising 87 , 88 , 89
WORLD IN FOCUS INSIDE IRAN: THE TERROR AND CHAOS WORSENS 90 , 91 , 92
Why Iran is winning its jihad 92
POLAND The West will provide its own hangmen 93 , 94
THE UNITED STATES Reaganomics a case of too many cooks 94 , 95 , 96
HUMAN RIGHTS The terrible life of Yuri Shukhevych 96 , 98
Advertising 97
UNITED KINGDOM A scaled-down prize flies off to Queensland 98
Advertising 99
NORTHERN HEMISPHERE Fears of more Arctic weather are growing 100 , 101 , 102
CHINA Illicit love upsets the party 102 , 103
NEW YORK Killing becomes a show trial, American style 103 , 104 , 105
UNITED KINGDOM In lits, British prefs outsell Aussie ords 104
THE PRESIDENCY Rhetoric rules in Reagan’s White House 105 , 106
PAPUA NEW GUINEA Fish poison and shipping ban to beat the French 106
Advertising 107
THE SPORTING LIFE Marathon is heart disease victim’s goal 108
Advertising 109
BUSINESS AND INVESTMENT KEVIN PARRY REACHES FOR THE BIG LEAGUE 110 , 111 , 112
MOTOR INDUSTRY Why Australian manufacturers look to Japan 112 , 114 , 115
Advertising 113
BRITAIN Famous stamp dealers who became unstuck 115
SPECULATOR’S DIARY Don’t argue with the bears 116
WILDCAT 116 , 118
Advertising 117
THE CHARTIST AMATIL approaching past peak 118
Advertising 119
Credit to communists could hang the West 120
Advertising 121 , 122
BUSINESS INTERNATIONAL Gain in world crop production forecast 123
RUSSIA 123
THE UNITED STATES 123
MOZAMBIQUE 123 , 124
Advertising 124
WEST GERMANY 124
INDIA 124
Advertising 125 , 126
THE MODEST FARMER Government must face reality over cars 126
Advertising 127 , 128 , 129
PIERPONT Froth and bubble in the Phoenix soapie 130 , 131
Advertising 131
INTELLIGENCER ‘Fiscal Fiend’ strikes again 132
Long-distance honesty of a sort 132
Flying after the fleeting pound 132
Theorist goes ‘fishing’ for converts 132
‘Rob’ goes a courting Britannia 133
Commodores come back 133
ALL THEIR OWN WORK 133
UK Catholics going to pot? 133
English as she is not spoke 133
THE GAMES PEOPLE PLAY CROSSWORD 134
BACKGAMMON 134
BRIDGE 134
Advertising 135 , 136

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