The Picket Line — 3 July 2010

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Family Notices

13 August 1927, The Argus (Melbourne, Vic. : 1848 - 1957), page 11

The Melbourne Argus noted the birth of an Ian Henry Leys to Mr. and Mrs. Arch Leys at Norwood hospital in Hallarat on 18 July 1927 .…

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CHRISTIANS AND COMMUNISM TO THE EDITOR OF THE ARGUS

11 August 1948, The Argus (Melbourne, Vic. : 1848 - 1957), page 2

…the earliest of them proposes that Austrialian communists be given the option of being imprisoned indefinitely as subversives or of expulsion to the Soviet Union suggesting that Australian pacifists send a mission to the Soviet Union promoting free trade with Japan after the war ( and free trade in general ) decrying the expansion of the government opposing legislators casting secret ballots pointing out government coverups counseling a laissez faire approach to the butter/margarine price war pointing out that U.S. ocean-based H -bomb testing was contaminating everybody’s ocean wondering why if there is such broad democratic backing for Australia’s SEATO participation, the government is forced to resort to conscription defending a tax on the unimproved value of land (aha! a Georgist! — there’s also a mention…

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Atom bomb

4 July 1951, The Argus (Melbourne, Vic. : 1848 - 1957), page 6

…the earliest of them proposes that Austrialian communists be given the option of being imprisoned indefinitely as subversives or of expulsion to the Soviet Union suggesting that Australian pacifists send a mission to the Soviet Union promoting free trade with Japan after the war ( and free trade in general ) decrying the expansion of the government opposing legislators casting secret ballots pointing out government coverups counseling a laissez faire approach to the butter/margarine price war pointing out that U.S. ocean-based H -bomb testing was contaminating everybody’s ocean wondering why if there is such broad democratic backing for Australia’s SEATO participation, the government is forced to resort to conscription defending a tax on the unimproved value of land (aha! a Georgist! — there’s also a mention of his name in a 1951 issue of the Georgist journal…

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LETTERS (in a nutshell) Jap trade

19 April 1951, The Argus (Melbourne, Vic. : 1848 - 1957), page 6

…the earliest of them proposes that Austrialian communists be given the option of being imprisoned indefinitely as subversives or of expulsion to the Soviet Union suggesting that Australian pacifists send a mission to the Soviet Union promoting free trade with Japan after the war ( and free trade in general )…

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Jap. goods

25 April 1951, The Argus (Melbourne, Vic. : 1848 - 1957), page 6

…promoting free trade with Japan after the war ( and free trade in general )…

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NUTSHELLS What then is the solution?

23 October 1952, The Argus (Melbourne, Vic. : 1848 - 1957), page 2

…promoting free trade with Japan after the war ( and free trade in general )…

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World parity

10 August 1951, The Argus (Melbourne, Vic. : 1848 - 1957), page 6

…promoting free trade with Japan after the war ( and free trade in general )…

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WAY TO LUNACY

20 January 1954, The Argus (Melbourne, Vic. : 1848 - 1957), page 2

…promoting free trade with Japan after the war ( and free trade in general )…

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Get this medical plan straight

5 August 1953, The Argus (Melbourne, Vic. : 1848 - 1957), page 2

…promoting free trade with Japan after the war ( and free trade in general )…

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Spies

1 August 1951, The Argus (Melbourne, Vic. : 1848 - 1957), page 6

…the earliest of them proposes that Austrialian communists be given the option of being imprisoned indefinitely as subversives or of expulsion to the Soviet Union suggesting that Australian pacifists send a mission to the Soviet Union promoting free trade with Japan after the war ( and free trade in general ) decrying the expansion of the government opposing legislators casting secret ballots pointing out government coverups counseling a laissez faire approach to the butter/margarine price war pointing out that U.S. ocean-based H -bomb testing was contaminating everybody’s ocean wondering why if there is such broad democratic backing for Australia’s SEATO participation, the government is forced to resort to conscription defending a tax on the unimproved value of land (aha! a Georgist! — there’s also a mention of his name in a 1951 issue of the Georgist journal Land & Liberty ) The on-line archives give out in 1954 , and Leys’s letters go right up to that boundary,…

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Ballots

7 April 1952, The Argus (Melbourne, Vic. : 1848 - 1957), page 2

…the earliest of them proposes that Austrialian communists be given the option of being imprisoned indefinitely as subversives or of expulsion to the Soviet Union suggesting that Australian pacifists send a mission to the Soviet Union promoting free trade with Japan after the war ( and free trade in general ) decrying the expansion of the government opposing legislators casting secret ballots pointing out government coverups counseling a laissez faire approach to the butter/margarine price war pointing out that U.S. ocean-based H -bomb testing was contaminating everybody’s ocean wondering why if there is such broad democratic backing for Australia’s SEATO participation, the government is forced to resort to conscription defending a tax on the unimproved value of land (aha! a Georgist! — there’s also a mention of his name in a 1951 issue of the Georgist journal Land & Liberty ) The on-line archives give out in 1954 , and Leys’s letters go right up to that boundary, so there were likely more.…

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MUST IT WAIT? LET US GET ON WITH IT LETTERS

16 March 1953, The Argus (Melbourne, Vic. : 1848 - 1957), page 4

…the earliest of them proposes that Austrialian communists be given the option of being imprisoned indefinitely as subversives or of expulsion to the Soviet Union suggesting that Australian pacifists send a mission to the Soviet Union promoting free trade with Japan after the war ( and free trade in general ) decrying the expansion of the government opposing legislators casting secret ballots pointing out government coverups counseling a laissez faire approach to the butter/margarine price war pointing out that U.S. ocean-based H -bomb testing was contaminating everybody’s ocean wondering why if there is such broad democratic backing for Australia’s SEATO participation, the government is forced to resort to conscription defending a tax on the unimproved value of land (aha! a Georgist! — there’s also a mention of his name in a 1951 issue of the Georgist journal Land & Liberty ) The on-line archives give out in 1954 , and Leys’s letters go right up to that boundary, so there were likely more.…

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Costs

23 October 1953, The Argus (Melbourne, Vic. : 1848 - 1957), page 2

…the earliest of them proposes that Austrialian communists be given the option of being imprisoned indefinitely as subversives or of expulsion to the Soviet Union suggesting that Australian pacifists send a mission to the Soviet Union promoting free trade with Japan after the war ( and free trade in general ) decrying the expansion of the government opposing legislators casting secret ballots pointing out government coverups counseling a laissez faire approach to the butter/margarine price war pointing out that U.S. ocean-based H -bomb testing was contaminating everybody’s ocean wondering why if there is such broad democratic backing for Australia’s SEATO participation, the government is forced to resort to conscription defending a tax on the unimproved value of land (aha! a Georgist! — there’s also a mention of his name in a 1951 issue of the Georgist journal Land & Liberty ) The on-line archives give out in 1954 , and Leys’s letters go right up to that boundary, so there were likely more.…

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LETTERS Whose ocean is it? To the Editor

30 March 1954, The Argus (Melbourne, Vic. : 1848 - 1957), page 4

…the earliest of them proposes that Austrialian communists be given the option of being imprisoned indefinitely as subversives or of expulsion to the Soviet Union suggesting that Australian pacifists send a mission to the Soviet Union promoting free trade with Japan after the war ( and free trade in general ) decrying the expansion of the government opposing legislators casting secret ballots pointing out government coverups counseling a laissez faire approach to the butter/margarine price war pointing out that U.S. ocean-based H-bomb testing was contaminating everybody’s ocean wondering why if there is such broad democratic backing for Australia’s SEATO participation, the government is forced to resort to conscription defending a tax on the unimproved value of land (aha! a Georgist! — there’s also a mention of his name in a 1951 issue of the Georgist journal Land & Liberty ) The on-line archives give out in 1954 , and Leys’s letters go right up to that boundary, so there were likely more.…

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What can we expect?

29 September 1954, The Argus (Melbourne, Vic. : 1848 - 1957), page 4

…the earliest of them proposes that Austrialian communists be given the option of being imprisoned indefinitely as subversives or of expulsion to the Soviet Union suggesting that Australian pacifists send a mission to the Soviet Union promoting free trade with Japan after the war ( and free trade in general ) decrying the expansion of the government opposing legislators casting secret ballots pointing out government coverups counseling a laissez faire approach to the butter/margarine price war pointing out that U.S. ocean-based H -bomb testing was contaminating everybody’s ocean wondering why if there is such broad democratic backing for Australia’s SEATO participation, the government is forced to resort to conscription defending a tax on the unimproved value of land (aha! a Georgist! — there’s also a mention of his name in a 1951 issue of the Georgist journal Land & Liberty ) The on-line archives give out in 1954 , and Leys’s letters go right up to that boundary, so there were likely more.…

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Tax helps

16 June 1953, The Argus (Melbourne, Vic. : 1848 - 1957), page 2

…given the option of being imprisoned indefinitely as subversives or of expulsion to the Soviet Union suggesting that Australian pacifists send a mission to the Soviet Union promoting free trade with Japan after the war ( and free trade in general ) decrying the expansion of the government opposing legislators casting secret ballots pointing out government coverups counseling a laissez faire approach to the butter/margarine price war pointing out that U.S. ocean-based H -bomb testing was contaminating everybody’s ocean wondering why if there is such broad democratic backing for Australia’s SEATO participation, the government is forced to resort to conscription defending a tax on the unimproved value of land (aha! a Georgist!  — there’s also a mention of his name in a 1951 issue of the Georgist journal Land & Liberty )…