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Essay

Wicked problems

WHAT ARE THE REAL REASONS BEHIND THE RISE AND STALL OF MALCOLM TURNBULL?
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He has aged ten years in less than two. As prime ministers tend to do. He looks like he wears the job heavily, though he insists that he loves it. Those close to him observe that he feels the weight of the entire government’s fortunes upon him. He doesn’t get enough sleep. Here is the first remarkable, yet almost completely unremarked upon, thing about our prime minister: despite these pressures, you never hear about “bad” Malcolm anymore.

 

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Falling down the Miners Shaft, July 2010

Laura Tingle was gobsmacked at how some in the media swallowed the miners’ line:

Shut down in Sideshow Alley, July 2011

The media reacted badly when Lindsay Tanner blamed them for dumbing down political debate. But Laura Tingle thinks he might have a point.

 

 

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