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Type: Journal article
Title: Mark Latham and the ideology of the ALP
Author: Johnson, C.
Citation: Australian Journal of Political Science, 2004; 39(3):535-553
Publisher: Carfax Publishing
Issue Date: 2004
ISSN: 1036-1146
1363-030X
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Carol Johnson
Abstract: This article focuses on Mark Latham's views on equality. Latham's emphasis on education and on overcoming suburban, spatial inequality draws on the Whitlamite tradition. However, his work also draws on neoliberal influences and on arguments regarding the impact of the information economy. Both these influences have contributed to a move away from more traditional Labor and social-democratic views on class, racial and gender inequality. This article considers Latham's relationship with traditional Labor ideology as well as with Third Way politics. Latham's arguments regarding the role of elites and the implications that this has for his understandings of the city, capitalism and diverse forms of inequality are also addressed. Latham's earlier views still influence his speeches and electoral strategy as Labor Leader.
Description: © 2004 Australasian Political Studies Association
DOI: 10.1080/103614042000295138
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