Elliot Stein

Elliot Stein
Elliot Stein is a ALP branch member in Logan South in the Federal division of Rankin.

Articles by Elliot Stein

From Cinderella to Pauper

This is a story about two towns 900 kilometres apart – Barcaldine and Brisbane. There were twenty three school leavers from Barcaldine last year. Three have jobs, one is going to university and the rest have neither. In a town of … Read More

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Five things we can learn from the first Labor Government

Consider this scenario: a minority Labor Government, a vicious press gallery, an opposition saying the government is illegitimate, a bold new policy program, tension between cabinet and caucus, and three Prime Ministers in the same year. Sounding familiar? That was … Read More

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Reforming Labor in the Asian Century

This article was co-authored by Merric Foley and Elliot Stein, who are Labor Party delegates in Brisbane’s south to the Queensland State Conference. There’s no shortage of writing about internal party reform but in the Asian Century there is a big … Read More

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An imported day without importance

It’s hard not to love a long weekend. A good chance to recharge the batteries, spend time with friends and family, maybe even duck down to the coast. Public holidays are also meant to be a time to reflect and … Read More

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