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Why 'economic anxiety' doesn't explain One Nation and the far-right's return | Greg Jericho

Published on Monday 7th of August 2017 06:00:16 PM in Guardian

The re-emergence of nationalistic fringe parties such as One Nation caused many to wonder why, given our continued run without a recession, some areas of the country appear to have turned away from mainstream politics. One suggestion often referred to somewhat derisively as “economic anxiety” argues ...

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