During The Term Of The Rudd And Gillard Governments, Criticism Of The Labor Party Became A National Pastime So Writes Mark Latham, A One Time Leader Of The Party And Still Its Most Perceptive And Fiercest Critic.In Quarterly Essay 49, Latham Argues That The Time Has Come To Go Beyond Criticism To Solutions In That Spirit, He Offers A Timely Assessment Of The Future For Labor He Examines The Key Challenges The Union Nexus, The Keating Settlement, A Real Education Revolution, A New War On Poverty, Climate Change, And Handling The Greens With Wit And Insight, He Suggests That Labor S Biggest Problem Is The Steady Erosion Of Its Traditional Working Class Base Across The Suburban Flatlands Of Australia S Major Cities, People Who Grew Up In Fibro Shacks Now Live In Solid Stone Double Storey Affluence Families Which Were Once Resigned To A Lifetime Of Blue Collar Work Now Expect Their Children To Be Well Educated Professionals And Entrepreneurs Can Labor Reinvent Itself And Speak To A Changed Australia In Election Year 2013, This Will Be An Essential And Much Discussed Contribution To National Political Debate.
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- Not Dead Yet (Quarterly Essay #49)
- Mark Latham
- 14 January 2017 Mark Latham