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Tag: Frank Bongiorno - article author

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Do we care enough about COVID?

Image: Darren England/AAP The COVID-19 pandemic has already generated its own mythology. In Britain, they talk of the “myth of the blitz” – the idea...

The story of ‘us’: there’s a great tale Labor could tell about how it would govern – it just needs to start telling it

Image: AAP/Lukas Coch Election campaigns are exercises in storytelling. Yes, they are about images, but these are usually attached to words. The stories are not...

What if the 2022 federal election gives us a hung parliament, but those with the balance of power want Morrison gone?

Image: AAP/Lukas Coch Most commentators on the coming federal election probably see a hung parliament and a minority government as one possible outcome. There is...

Tax cuts? COVID management? On the search for the Morrison government’s legacy (so far)

Image: Darren England/AAP It is premature to be discussing the legacy of the Morrison government. While it is well behind in the polls, there is...

Farewell to 2021 in federal politics, the year of living in disappointment

Image: Wes Mountain Some will recall it as 2021. For more, it will be Year 2 of COVID. Either way, it will have been a...

Right out there: how the pandemic has given rise to extreme views and fractured conservative politics

  Image: Wes Mountain/The Conversation Great crises are a stimulus to right-wing political mobilisation. Famously, the Great Depression of the 1930s gave the Nazis their...