Nov 9, 2007

Bahnisch: The postmodern election

If there’s one thing we’ve learned from the Howardian culture wars, it’s that postmodernism is evil. Stick to the facts and memorise the dates, get the narrative straight. But this election campaign is nothing if not postmodern, writes Mark Bahnisch.

There’s a now infamous quote from a senior Bush administration official which goes like this:

That’s not the way the world really works anymore.

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  1. Tony Papafilis

    Don’t play dumb, Mark. Even Keating recognised difference between productivity and profitability based wage rises versus union demands irrespective of business capacity to cope. Labor couldn’t contain unions, Howard did, real wages up & unions withering.

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