A year ago Lindsay Tanner opened our discussion on the future of the ALP. Here he surveys the debate and proposes more unsettling thoughts. Labor's malaise is not just a crisis of membership, he argues. Rather, labourism itself is in its death throes, and it has no obvious successor.
Recommended CitationTanner, Lindsay, Labourism's Last Days, Australian Left Review, 1(129), 1991, 10-14.