Enjoy the beerless taste of defeat, students!
Voluntary student unionism is about to hit students where it will really hurt them—at the bar.
While most do not need the childcare and agitprop funded by compulsory unionism, students are in line for the first attack by the Howard Government on an ancient rite of passage—drinking absurdly subsidised booze.
The University of South Australia will close two of its five bars—at Adelaide’s City West and Whyalla—on July 1, the day the Howard Government’s ban on the compulsorily levying of student union fees comes into effect.
Consider it a helpful lesson in economics.
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