Previous articles in this series have examined Brogden's fall, attributable in large part to the re-shaping of the party under Clarke (AQ July-August 2005); the development of factions within the party over the last two decades (AQ September-October 2005); and the reorganization of the party's central organs since 2005, where Clarke's influence has again been manifest (AQ May-June 2006). Here we summarise the state of the party in the context of its electoral position, examining its strengths and weaknesses in the forthcoming contest with the Labor party and its own internal divisions around the activities of David Clarke.
|Number of pages||6|
|Journal||AQ: Australian Quarterly|
|Publication status||Published - 2006|
- party politics