The first Issue of “Practical Politics” appeared in December 1988. With this current Issue, therefore, our twentieth year of publication is complete.
In Issue No. 116 (July 2002), we wrote that “the seeds [of the next slump] are being sown now, the mechanism will be the behaviour of land, and the timing – well, probably around seven years hence.” Nobody now doubts that 2009 is going to be the year of the depression.
11 YEARS ON - WINDFALL TAXES
“POVERTY” IN THE CONTEMPORARY POLITICAL LEXICON
THE FORTUNES OF TWO FOOTBALL CLUB OWNERS
THE WAY WE DRIFT NOW
PROSPECTS AND PERSPECTIVE
RIGHTS AND PROMISES
DENIAL, BELITTLEMENT, BEWILDERMENT, PAIN
How does it come about?
Some recent developments
LAND LICENSED IN THE RADIO SPECTRUM
TAXING TIME FOR TAXES
TOUGHER TIMES FOR MORTGAGE FRAUDSTERS
HISTORY IN A NUTSHELL
March 2008 Issue No. 163
CONTEMPLATIONS PRIOR TO THE BUDGET
HOW ARE THE MIGHTY FALLEN!
LITTLE BITS…FROM HOME
LITTLE BITS…FROM ABROAD
Practical Politics is a monthly magazine written by David Mills discussing topical issues relating to the economy, with a focus on how many of the current problems would be alleviated with a more equitable taxation system.