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Who are the tax cut naysayers talking to?

Zoë Wundenberg
Updated January 30 2024 - 8:28pm, first published 5:30am

One of my greatest frustrations as an Australian voter, is the nature of party politics, and a big part of that frustration is the apparent need for the oppositional default positions it seems to create.

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Zoë Wundenberg

Zoë Wundenberg is a careers consultant and un/employment advocate at impressability.com.au, and a regular columnist for ACM.

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