Nick Dyrenfurth


Nick Dyrenfurth
Nick Dyrenfurth is the executive director of the John Curtin Research Centre. He is the author or editor of seven books, including A Little History of the Australian Labor Party, Mateship: A Very Australian History, A New History of the AWU and All That’s Left. Nick is an adjunct research fellow in the National Centre for Australian Studies at Monash University.



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The tragedy of Mark Latham

Politics

The great hope of the Labor Party has become what he once despised

Once were conservatives

Politics

The fallout over 18C puts the Liberal Party at odds with mainstream conservatism

Pauline is no friend of the workers

Politics

One Nation’s leader claims to champion the working class, but her actions tell a different story

It’s the mandate wot lost it

Politics

Like its predecessors, the Coalition government is still struggling to find a clear direction

Losing focus

blog

Malcolm Turnbull’s tirade revealed more about the PM than it did about Bill Shorten

Bubbling along

blog

Theatrics in Canberra don’t do much for those left behind by economic change

Trump down under?

blog

Australia’s right-wing populists fail to understand the economic underpinning of Donald Trump’s appeal

In search of Turnbull’s mojo

blog

It’s hard to avoid the conclusion that the prime minister is simply not up to the job

Not so exciting times

blog

Malcolm Turnbull needs to make some tough decisions before 2016 gets away from him

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