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Graham Young is chief editor and the publisher of On Line Opinion. He is executive director of the Australian Institute for Progress, an Australian think tank based in Brisbane, and the publisher of On Line Opinion.

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Anti-social media
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Abbott on notice
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Abbott and Shorten – first poll
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A climate change text book for our peers
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For caucus there is no alternative to 'Albo'
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A good start
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PNG solution cutting against Rudd
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Time to call an election
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Rudd (not Labor) can win
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Don't blame Julia, blame Labor
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A matter of interest
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Winning not lecturing
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Asylum-seekers: we know what we want
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History with a soft focus
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Fairfax changes good for readers, not so good for community
Media - 19/06/2012 - 20 comments
Too clever by half and not clever enough
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Live by Big Brother, die by Big Brother
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Sweet spot – Australia's unsung success
January 2012 Feature - 27/01/2012 - 17 comments
Cruisey Can Do must do better in Queensland election.
Domestic Politics - 19/12/2011 - 1 comment
Labor in deficit on surplus
Economics - 8/12/2011 - 10 comments
Present pollies fail the voter connectivity test
Domestic Politics - 17/10/2011 - 17 comments
The problems with Eatock v Bolt
Law & Liberties - 3/10/2011 - 72 comments
Take a leaf out of the Beattie manual
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Green agenda to defang the News
Media - 4/08/2011 - 35 comments
Greens are here to stay
July 2011 Feature - 11/07/2011 - 62 comments
No sale as punters fail to buy Swan's budget
May 2011 Feature - 23/05/2011 - 1 comment
Tilting at George Street
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Liberals do a Bradbury in NSW
March 2011 Feature - 26/03/2011 - 14 comments
Climate change's ugly sister
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Wanted - new financial backers
Media - 7/02/2011 - 265 comments
Bounce won't stop that sinking feeling
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Cablegate gift keeps on giving
December 2010 Feature - 20/12/2010 - 15 comments
Liberals win by default in Victoria
Domestic Politics - 1/12/2010 - 18 comments
Vic Libs smart anti-Greens preference strategy
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Hung parliament really does change the paradigm
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'On Line Opinion' - the next iteration
Media - 11/10/2010 - 104 comments
Protest vote did not decide the outcome
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Policy bombshell has backfired
Domestic Politics - 20/08/2010 - 14 comments
Word of warning Auntie - your slip is showing
Media - 10/08/2010 - 34 comments
It’s not whether you win or lose
Domestic Politics - 27/07/2010 - 21 comments
Refugees will be an election issue
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Advantage but no honeymoon
Domestic Politics - 28/06/2010 - 26 comments
Little love for Abbott, but voters have stopped listening to Rudd
Domestic Politics - 17/05/2010 - 38 comments
Two years on, the ‘great moral challenge’ just leaves people in the cold
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Real man v metro man
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Long wait for voters unhappy with Bligh
Domestic Politics - 15/12/2009 - 17 comments
ALP vote improves as issues turn for them
Domestic Politics - 17/08/2009 - 4 comments
'The Age' and 'On Line Opinion'
Media - 29/07/2009 - 47 comments
'A Friendly Letter to Skeptics and Atheists' reviewed
Religion & Spirituality - 9/04/2009 - 168 comments
OLO: here's to the next ten years
April 2009 Feature - 6/04/2009 - 19 comments
Labor isn't selling this time
Domestic Politics - 17/03/2009 - 21 comments
Sub-prime and climate change
January 2009 Feature - 30/01/2009 - 87 comments
The Windschuttle hoax - replete with irony
Political Philosophy - 12/01/2009 - 135 comments
Silencing dissent
Environment - 4/07/2008 - 115 comments
Budget 2008 - both more and less
Domestic Politics - 4/06/2008 - 3 comments
The ABC broadcast bullying and science hooliganism problem
Media - 15/05/2008 - 84 comments
Australia speaks - it's Obama v McCain
International - 5/02/2008 - 27 comments
Libs were their own best opponent
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New right leadership?
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Howard earns interest on rates
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Still wanted; still in the best interests
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Lapsed Liberals - the ebbing tide
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Death by water
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New South Wales voters to have a beer with Hobson
Domestic Politics - 23/03/2007 - 17 comments
Why Iemma isn't 'Italian for Unsworth'
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Evolution is the name of the game
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Vulture Street story
Society - 29/05/2006 - 12 comments
More can be less - Rann’s popularity his only weakness
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Redesigning 'On Line Opinion' together
Media - 20/02/2006 - 23 comments
Why 'On Line Opinion' hasn’t published those cartoons
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Why it matters that Greenpeace lied and the press doesn't seem to care
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Iraq - Kim Beazley picks at his issues
Domestic Politics - 14/03/2005 - 20 comments
Chicken's liver says Gallop will win
Domestic Politics - 25/02/2005 - 14 comments
'Greg and Marsha' can't stop John Howard remaking Australia in his own image
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An electorate divided and entrenched: a tripartite dilemma for Australian politicians
Domestic Politics - 23/09/2004
Qld Liberals must stop the internal battles and focus on winning seats
Domestic Politics - 17/09/2003 - 1 comment
What's all the fuss about? Hanson got no more or less than she deserved
Domestic Politics - 25/08/2003
Australians' anti-American sentiment runs deeper than it looks to Canberra
Domestic Politics - 4/08/2003
A dog's life: Aussie Blue Heeler might chase Labor's Ground Hog away
Domestic Politics - 23/06/2003
What John Brogden and the Libs should be saying to NSW voters
Domestic Politics - 18/03/2003
Votercam reporting - a street-level view of the New South Wales election
Domestic Politics - 7/03/2003
Dow Jones v Gutnick: the Internet honeymoon is over. What's next?
Law & Liberties - 17/01/2003
What happened in the Victorian election
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The Cunningham by-election: the perverse results of
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Is the Party over?
Domestic Politics - 23/08/2002
Costello makes Telstra more difficult to sell
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The new media have changed the nature of political campaigning
Domestic Politics - 3/06/2002
A bad budget for future leaders
Domestic Politics - 3/06/2002
Brogden shouldn’t even talk about winning.
Domestic Politics - 15/05/2002
How web publishing is making the world more democratic
Media - 15/04/2002
Why online journals haven’t made a dint … yet
Media - 15/03/2002
The new media have changed the nature of political campaigning
Media - 6/03/2002
Notes on the South Australian election
Domestic Politics - 15/02/2002
There is a republican agenda behind the persecution of Peter Hollingworth
Domestic Politics - 15/01/2002
No guts, no guile and no glory: how the Labor Party lost the 2001 federal election
Domestic Politics - 15/12/2001
Forgive me, Meg - I was wrong
Domestic Politics - 3/12/2001
Won the battle, lost the war
Domestic Politics - 15/11/2001
Australian voters are looking for inclusive leadership
Domestic Politics - 5/11/2001
The Little Engine Who Could - Kim Beazley, John Howard and the Great Debate
Domestic Politics - 17/10/2001
Swinging voters are not hearing anything that will push them to change the government
Domestic Politics - 11/09/2001
Beazley puts himself behind on the refugee issue
Domestic Politics - 9/09/2001
Putting some yeast in the electoral Magic Pudding - ways Labor can fund tax cuts and spending
Domestic Politics - 15/08/2001
Beazley can't crow too loud about the Aston by-election result
Domestic Politics - 15/07/2001
Howard can improve his batting by concentrating on the issues, not his average
Domestic Politics - 15/06/2001
Honestly, Kernot could make Prime Minister yet
Domestic Politics - 15/04/2001
Mean, tricky, out of touch and not listening
Domestic Politics - 15/04/2001
Not relaxed and comfortable with Howard
Domestic Politics - 31/03/2001
For the sake of the party, go with Tash
Domestic Politics - 15/03/2001
Defining moments of the Queensland election
Domestic Politics - 23/02/2001
The Coalition must be redefined if non-Labor is to overcome One Nation
Domestic Politics - 23/02/2001
Notes on the Western Australian Election
Domestic Politics - 12/02/2001
How optional preferential voting works
Domestic Politics - 31/01/2001
Why Beattie is helping Hanson
Domestic Politics - 31/01/2001
We need a better system for preselecting election candidates
Domestic Politics - 15/01/2001
Ryan shows up weaknesses in the Queensland Liberal Party
Domestic Politics - 22/12/2000
Getting the Meta Politics right.
Domestic Politics - 15/12/2000
Nielsen poll doesn't quite support a Treaty for Indigenous Australians
Indigenous Affairs - 15/11/2000 - 2 comments
The political outcomes of Shepherdson and Fitzgerald are likely to be different
Domestic Politics - 4/11/2000
Howard behind in polls and issues for 2001 campaign
Domestic Politics - 31/10/2000
Packer's loss is our gain
Domestic Politics - 30/09/2000 - 1 comment
Nothing new under the sun
Domestic Politics - 15/09/2000
Reconciliation to a European Dreaming?
Indigenous Affairs - 15/09/2000
Political geography
Domestic Politics - 15/08/2000
Della Bosca does Beazley a favour
Domestic Politics - 15/07/2000
What is John Howard doing in Queensland?
Domestic Politics - 16/06/2000
Benalla shouldn’t be a bogey for Howard or Beazley
Domestic Politics - 15/05/2000
Queensland Liberals need a Peter Beattie and a Dennis Murphy
Domestic Politics - 2/04/2000
Brisbane not the Bush - Some Federal Implications of the Brisbane City Council Election
Domestic Politics - 15/03/2000
Competition the only real antidote to Cash for Comment
Domestic Politics - 15/02/2000
Labor stumbles in by-elections
Domestic Politics - 31/01/2000
Back where it started - Queensland by-elections, One Nation and the Libs
Domestic Politics - 12/01/2000
God Begs to Be Excused from the Preamble
Religion & Spirituality - 15/11/1999
If the campaign is lost the war is still won
September 1999 Feature - 15/10/1999
Jottings on the Victorian State Election
Domestic Politics - 15/09/1999
Not quite the road to Damascus
September 1999 Feature - 15/09/1999
Third Way Part Way
Domestic Politics - 15/08/1999
Government on the rack over lamb
Economics - 15/07/1999
So Near and Yet So Far
Indigenous Affairs - 15/06/1999
Bush Talks - The Human Rights Traps move into Hanson Territory
April 1999 Feature - 15/04/1999
Democracy by the Wayside
Political Philosophy - 15/04/1999
Extracts from Bush Talks
April 1999 Feature - 15/04/1999
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