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Flat White

It’s too late to save the government – but not save politics

14 January 2019

7:33 AM

14 January 2019

7:33 AM

The problem with Australian politics is the paradox of a lack of clear choices and a context of unprecedented polarisation. If I can even be so naive as to suggest there is only one problem, or even only one main problem, optimism about political debate and futures could be greatly improved simply by the major parties clearly distinguishing themselves from each other.

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