Each year in Australia many people suffer injury that government is in a position to prevent. By building better roads, imposing tougher safety standards, or carrying out tougher regulation and inspection, government could reduce many of the hazards of contemporary living. But the ideal world comes at a price. Not only would the budgetary outlay be infinite, the spectre of ever-increasing government control and regulation would be invidious to many. Yet those considerations alone cannot...[Show more]
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