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This paper investigates the extent of state resources offered to political parties and parliamentarians in Australia. It charts the evolution of these resources, or ‘state subventions’. It argues that the established parties in Australia are the major beneficiaries of these subventions, despite the stated aim...
The Australian Democrats pride themselves on being a really democratic party. But can they continue to allow all rank and file members to influence policy-making? Probably not. Zareh Ghazarian argues that the Democrats need a new way to engage party members that avoids the long...