Explaining the Liberal Mess – Part Two

READ PART ONE HERE Reading the ‘Quarterly Essay’ for the January quarter this year revealed an interesting perspective on the state of the economy, politics, society and neo-liberalism within a modern Australia. It insisted on tearing apart aspects of the Liberal party’s beliefs and actions, partly through quoting Sir Robert Menzies. One of those quotes read: The moment we establish, or perpetuate, the principle that … Continue reading Explaining the Liberal Mess – Part Two

How African-American Turnout Dropped From 96% To 11% Over Just Two Decades​

The year is 1876, America is towards the end of what is known as the Reconstruction Era, the period from 1863-1877 where the remnants of Confederate nationalism and slavery ended. During this period, three Constitutional amendments were made. The 13th Amendment to abolish slavery The 14th Amendment, guaranteeing United States citizenship to all persons born or naturalised in the United States and granting them federal … Continue reading How African-American Turnout Dropped From 96% To 11% Over Just Two Decades​