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At the 2019 election, many conservatives – the “quiet Australians” – went back to the Liberals, given that Malcolm Turnbull had finally been dispensed with, and recalling that Scott Morrison seemed to have stopped the boats and was a regular churchgoer.
Further, they were genuinely concerned about Bill Shorten’s ‘drastic climate action’.
However, these same conservatives have reason to be very aggravated, and are seriously considering voting for alternative parties at the forthcoming federal election. Why is this so?
In this book, the authors highlight the Prime Minister’s failure to stand up for conservative values; namely, his abandonment of the principles of smaller government, economic reform, free speech and individual liberty which successfully guided both the founder of the Liberal Party, Sir Robert Menzies, and Australia’s second-longest serving prime minister, John Howard.
Here's what other have to say about 'Deconstructing ScoMo'
The authors have made a strong case worth reading. In these non-normal times I think our Prime Minister has been judged found wanting. So do the authors of this book.”
Professor James Allan Garrick
Professor of Law University of Queensland Law School
“This book documents the disturbing reality that, under a supposedly conservative government, the values of Western Civilisation in Australia have been tossed aside…”
Bella d’Abrera Director, Foundations of Western Civilisation Program, Institute of Public Affairs
“Deconstructing ScoMo is a treasure trove of ideas and information which people might want to consider when voting in the upcoming federal election.”
Emeritus Professor Gabriël A. Moens
AMSchool of Law, University of Queensland
“Entertaining, informative and well-referenced, this is well worth the short read and a sure conversation-starter for the coffee table – especially during election season!”
Professor Gigi Foster
School of Economics, University of New South Wales
This compendium of articles is a must read as Australians head to the polls in 2022.