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On the eve of the 2019 Australian election, it only takes only the barest inclination of foresight to predict the inevitable battlegrounds: a withered Medivac scare campaign, ham-fisted rehashes of the asylum seeker=terrorist argument, the banking royal commission.

Climate inaction will be trumpeted as action from a scientifically bankrupt Coalition, and Labor will try to please everyone and satisfy no one. Voters’ actual desires will be ignored.

What we won't hear about is removing the corrupting influence of money from our politics, or how structural change to the system is required to start returning voters' faith in our democracy...

In the April edition of AQ, we look at the concrete actions we can take right now to protect our democracy from the influence of money, we ask 'What is The Nexus in the Australian Constitution, and why do we have to have an urgent discussion about it?'

We also visit the Frozen Continent to find out why Antarctica is more in important than ever, and Australia's Chief Scientist delves into the issue of over the counter genetic testing.

All that and more in the new edition. Support evidence-informed debate by liking AQ on Facebook and following us on Twitter.
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AQ: Australian Quarterly

AQ: Australian Quarterly 90.2 On the eve of the 2019 Australian election, it only takes only the barest inclination of foresight to predict the inevitable battlegrounds: a withered Medivac scare campaign, ham-fisted rehashes of the asylum seeker=terrorist argument, the banking royal commission. Climate inaction will be trumpeted as action from a scientifically bankrupt Coalition, and Labor will try to please everyone and satisfy no one. Voters’ actual desires will be ignored. What we won't hear about is removing the corrupting influence of money from our politics, or how structural change to the system is required to start returning voters' faith in our democracy... In the April edition of AQ, we look at the concrete actions we can take right now to protect our democracy from the influence of money, we ask 'What is The Nexus in the Australian Constitution, and why do we have to have an urgent discussion about it?' We also visit the Frozen Continent to find out why Antarctica is more in important than ever, and Australia's Chief Scientist delves into the issue of over the counter genetic testing. All that and more in the new edition. Support evidence-informed debate by liking AQ on Facebook and following us on Twitter.


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On the eve of the 2019 Australian election, it only takes only the barest inclination of foresight to predict the inevitable battlegrounds: a withered Medivac scare campaign, ham-fisted rehashes of the asylum seeker=terrorist argument, the banking royal commission.

Climate inaction will be trumpeted as action from a scientifically bankrupt Coalition, and Labor will try to please everyone and satisfy no one. Voters’ actual desires will be ignored.

What we won't hear about is removing the corrupting influence of money from our politics, or how structural change to the system is required to start returning voters' faith in our democracy...

In the April edition of AQ, we look at the concrete actions we can take right now to protect our democracy from the influence of money, we ask 'What is The Nexus in the Australian Constitution, and why do we have to have an urgent discussion about it?'

We also visit the Frozen Continent to find out why Antarctica is more in important than ever, and Australia's Chief Scientist delves into the issue of over the counter genetic testing.

All that and more in the new edition. Support evidence-informed debate by liking AQ on Facebook and following us on Twitter.
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