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Research Report 17: Reform in Australia today – why not listen to the people?

Professor Geoff Gallop asks what chance is there for Australia to reform its democracy on behalf of a sustainable future?

‘In order to answer this question I will utilise a particular set of distinctions related to the various players in the political process and the attitudes they bring to politics and power. The picture that emerges is that of a stalemate seeking a solution. What that solution might look like will form the basis of my concluding remarks.’

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