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Topic: neoliberalism
Don’t expect climate action under this government

Don’t expect climate action under this government

Crikey readers discuss the need for climate action and the damaging effects of neoliberalism.

Australia is caught in the blast zone of rampant nationalism

Australia is caught in the blast zone of rampant nationalism

Within days, three global events have forced Australia to wake up to the reality of toxic nationalism.

Religious freedom divides conservatives along a neoliberal line

Religious freedom divides conservatives along a neoliberal line

The split within conservative ranks over religious freedom reflects how neoliberalism has driven the re-assertion of traditional forms of identity — and why neoliberals would prefer a minimalist version of religious freedom.

Morrison rummages for leadership in the garbage bin of neoliberalism

Morrison rummages for leadership in the garbage bin of neoliberalism

Scott Morrison's reform agenda is a reheat of neoliberal cliches that he doesn't even have the courage to push for himself.

Cracks in building regulation could bring the building industry down

Cracks in building regulation could bring the building industry down

What happens when people realise they can't trust new apartment construction? An industry already in trouble could hit the wall, and pull the economy down with it.

Angry neoliberals rail at economic stimulus

Angry neoliberals rail at economic stimulus

Neoliberals are furious the Reserve Bank wants to stimulate the economy rather than enacting a purge that will inflict pain on workers and households.

Think tanks compete to produce the most ridiculous neoliberal propaganda

Think tanks compete to produce the most ridiculous neoliberal propaganda

A new "competitiveness index" illustrates how think tanks and the media try to legitimise neoliberal attacks on communities.

Business moves to fill Morrison’s empty agenda

Business moves to fill Morrison’s empty agenda

The unexpected election of the Morrison government gives business an opportunity to get their wishlist: the same old industrial relations deregulation and company tax cuts.

How business-as-usual and vested interests won out

How business-as-usual and vested interests won out

The 2019 election showed how powerful economic interests could thwart attempts to erode their privileges and rorts via scare campaigns.

A rising tide lifts all warships

A rising tide lifts all warships

This week: clash of the titans! Meat against non-meat, Earth versus anti-vaxxers, and a neutron star takes on a black hole.