The end of the Keating-Howard-Rudd-Gillard era?

Robinson, Geoff 2011, The end of the Keating-Howard-Rudd-Gillard era?, Online opinion.

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Title The end of the Keating-Howard-Rudd-Gillard era?
Author(s) Robinson, Geoff
Journal name Online opinion
Publisher National Forum Ltd
Place of publication Fortitude Valley, Qld.
Publication date 2011-09-06
Keyword(s) Australian politics
Australian Labor Party
Liberal Party of Australia
Summary Australian political discourse is dominated by ahistorical hyperbole, every election defeat is a landslide, every consecutive electoral loss indicates complete political marginalisation, every poll slump is a crisis, and every struggling leader is the worst ever. Australian Labor is not faring well but we need to distinguish between the ebbs and flows of the political cycle and the fundamentals. Australian politics may be approaching a fundamental break. The political era that began in the early 1990s may be coming to an end and with it Labor's hegemonic position in Australian politics that has endured since Gough Whitlam.
Language eng
Field of Research 160601 Australian Government and Politics
Socio Economic Objective 940299 Government and Politics not elsewhere classified
HERDC Research category M.1 Media article
HERDC collection year 2011
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Document type: Journal Article
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