Climate, the crisis that threatens our political duopoly

28 February 2019

When does an issue or policy challenge become more important than political party affiliation? When does a national or global issue outweigh the importance to a voter of their individual struggles?
These are becoming increasingly important questions as support for, and belief in, traditional political parties wanes, and voters are increasingly frustrated and disappointed by their political representatives and the so-called democratic processes of government.

Read the full article in the Sydney Morning Herald by Prof John Hewson.  

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