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Adjunct Professor Paul Rodan writes about poorly judged preselections

On Inside Story, 23 May 2014, Adjunct Professor Paul Rodan discusses continuing problems with preselections.  ‘With so many endorsements effectively predetermined on a factional basis, especially on the Labor side, is it any wonder that today’s MPs seem unpersuasive to the broader electorate, having had no need for such skills in securing their initial preselection?

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